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Clean Energy Infrastructure Systems

The university will leverage faculty expertise in areas such as battery technology, building design, and materials engineering by expanding into new fields, including technologies for geothermal, tidal, solar, and wind energy; biofuels; building-integrated technologies; and renewable energy infrastructure.


Interdisciplinary Science & Engineering Building

Sched­uled for com­ple­tion in fall 2016, the 220,000-square-foot facility is part of the university’s ongoing effort to expand its capacity to engage in path-​​breaking research across disciplines.

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