Doug Patchen (r), director of the NRCCE Resource Extraction Div., answers questions about Utica shale gas on WAJR’s Inside Shale with Hoppy Kercheval. Listen to the July 21 show starting at 20:16. Read more on the results of the recently released Utica play book, which shows there's more natural gas under the Marcellus.
WVU Extension 4-H STEM camp kids pictured with the cut-away-Prius and mobile classroom. Campers learned about a variety of alternative fuel vehicles brought to the Evandale Campus by NAFTC staff.
Amy Fernandez, NRCCE analytical lab technician, tests water samples for a WVU researcher to determine aluminum concentration. The lab has been awarded a certificate of recognition and excellence for quality control from Environmental Research Associates. Read more.
A novel problem-solving approach spearheaded by WVWRI combined water science with stakeholder collaboration to improve the Monongahela River's water quality. Photo Melissa O'Neal. Read more.
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Local science camp kids try out the AVESTAR system with help from WVU grad student Jacob Albright.
A European delegation invited by the U.S. State Dept. discussed climate change and clean energy with WVU faculty and researchers. The meeting, held at the NRCCE, covered energy topics relating to technology, law, public policy, public perceptions, health and safety, water quality, and energy efficiency.
After visiting China in April and meeting with officials from Shanxi International Energy Group, Director Richard Bajura (3rd from rt) and WVU's US-China Energy Center Associate Director Dr. Qingun Sun (2nd on left) were pleased to host SIEG executives at the NRCCE in June. Photo Tracy Novak. Read more.
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