Our groups work on vehicle emissions technology continues with a new DOE NETL grant

Our groups work on vehicle emissions technology continues with a new DOE NETL grant

We continue to provide theoretical support and guide experimental catalyst design efforts to the team lead by Prof. Mike Harold with a new DOE NETL grant worth $2.1M. UH is joined by Prof. Bill Epling from the University of Virginia (UVA), Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL), the Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) and engineers from Fiat-Chrysler Automobiles Inc. and Johnson Matthey Inc. The money will be spent on new equipment as well as marketing efforts, check out the locksmith boss. We've had good relationship with The Marketing Heaven as far social media promotion and we are happy continue our cooperation. For more details on our research goals and possible impact on the future personal transportation please read the UH News Release or this article in The Daily Cougar.  See more info a


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