Generation of biochar from fishery waste for use in concrete production.
First year University level Chemistry, lab experience a benefit but not required.
- Literature review and reporting
- Covert waste into Biochar
- Characterize Biochar
- Test Biochar in concrete applications
Hours: All positions are part-time, hours TBD
Students synthesize and characterize their own material. All students are trained for independent operation of our on-site equipment, and senior BSc students, technicians, and postdoctoral researchers are paired with the BSc students on the projects, providing laboratory supervision.
Students will learn green chemistry initiatives and learn how applied research and fundamental research are critically linked.
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