Salinity Gradient Energy


Guests: Dr. Douglas Call, Assistant Professor of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering, North Carolina State University; Dr. Orlando Coronell, Assistant Professor of Environmental Sciences and Engineering, UNC Gillings School of Public Health
Topics: Dr. Call and Dr. Coronell’s collaborative UNC ROI project, “Salinity Gradient Energy: An Inexhaustible Clean Energy Resource for North Carolina,” Dr. Call’s research on technologies to recover energy from unconventional sources, Dr. Coronell’s research on water treatment technologies

 

UNC ROI (Research Opportunities Initiative)

UNC ROI Awardees

The Call Lab

Coronell Research Group

Click to Download: Radio In Vivo February 3, 2016

Douglas Call Portrait

Dr. Douglas Call

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Dr. Orlando Coronell

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