Marcos collaborated with his mentor to devlop sensors for hybrid energy systems.
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Read a quick bio on Steven's research at the NETL Pittsburgh lab.
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In the Postdoctoral Research Program at NETL, earth and environmental engineer Jonathan Levine studied the movement of oil and gas in a simulated deep ocean environment at NETL’s high pressure water tunnel facility.
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Entry-level chemical engineer Qianwen Gao’s research, as part of the Postgraduate Research Program at NETL, is helping scientists and engineers advance carbon capture technologies across the country.
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As a participant in the NETL Postgraduate Research Program, Juliana Mbuthia is using her computer, math and statistical skills to help determine the impacts of hydraulic fracturing.
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In the NETL Postgraduate Research Program, Jennifer Bauer, focused on reducing the associated impacts of energy production and development on marine ecosystems.
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In the NETL Professional Internship Program, Lawrence Sim used his bachelor’s degree in geography to model the behavior of oil in deep water.
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At the National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, postdoctoral researcher Billy Epting is focused on reducing the rate of performance degradation in solid oxide fuel cells.
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In the Professional Internship Program at NETL, engineering graduate student Aubrey Harris is investigating ways to keep hydraulic fracturing from contaminating the nation’s water supply.
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At the National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) in Morgantown, West Virginia, Christina Wildfire is researching methods to improve technologies related to clean energy.
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