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The Energy & Environmental Research Center: Putting Research Into Practice
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Principal Engineer Jason Laumb discussed power plants of the future on Energy Matters Radio with guest host Ron Ness last week. Listen here: http://ow.ly/P49u30lodQD
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Hawkish on Energy: http://ow.ly/PB7230ld0ap U of North Dakota
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Find out how the iPIPE partnership is using technology to detect and prevent pipeline leaks by visiting the new website! http://ow.ly/zHgX30lcL5L
iPipe - Website
iPipe - Website
ipipepartnership.com
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Energy Hawks research group brings together students from many different majors: http://ow.ly/x9Hr30l84vD U of North Dakota #UNDproud
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Testing of New Pipeline Inspection Device Begins in Bakken: http://ow.ly/Gg9D30l374M
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EERC Engineer Chris Martin is working on a solution to reduce the amount of water used in cooling large office buildings: http://ow.ly/JJmN30kRWSq #criticalchallengespracticalsolutions U of North Dakota
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We're looking for a Technology Development Operator. Apply through UND's Employment page here: http://ow.ly/Emvb30kMVst
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EERC's iPIPE program is 'taking a bite out of leaks.' http://ow.ly/aIMq30kGdlW
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Ingu Solutions CEO John van Pol discusses their leak detection technology selected for the iPipe program: http://ow.ly/2uVM30kmN9F
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“Governor Burgum has shown tremendous leadership in challenging the public and private sectors to work together to introduce cutting-edge technologies to safeguard critically important pipeline assets across the state,” said Ingu CEO John van Pol. http://ow.ly/SACf30klJpz
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