Feedstock to Tailpipe

Feedstock to Tailpipe

The University of Kansas’ “Feedstock to Tailpipe Initiative” is a research project to demonstrate how community wastewater operations can add a large-scale algae-growing facility that will not only return cleaner air and water back…

Feedstock to Tailpipe

Feedstock to Tailpipe

Chemical engineering Ph.D. student Griffin Roberts, at the University of Kansas School of Engineering, has been working on alternative energy production of algal biofuels through KU’s Feedstock to Tailpipe© initiative…

KU Launches Multidisciplinary Effort for Algal Biofuels

A major effort to develop algal biofuels is under way at the University of Kansas as part of its multidisciplinary Feedstock to Tailpipe Initiative, overseen and supported by KU’s Transportation Research Institute…

University Ecologists Urge GE Algae Scrutiny

University Ecologists Urge GE Algae Scrutiny

Writing in the August 2012 issue of the journal BioScience, university professors from Ohio State U. and U. of Kansas suggest that, as algae are high on the genetic…

High School Teachers Team with University of Kansas Professors for Algae Study

High School Teachers Team with University of Kansas Professors for Algae Study

Dodge City High School biology teacher Shannon Ralph said she’ll never look at algae like she used to.
 Ms. Ralph spent six weeks this summer in Lawrence…