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Engineering Team Collaborates with US Foundry and EVOQUA to Scale Up Their Phosphorus-Removing Reactor to Compete for $10 Million

The excess of nutrients, namely nitrogen and phosphorus, in freshwater bodies creates uncontrolled algae growth, destroying freshwater ecosystems. This process – eutrophication – has detrimental ecological effects: decreased biodiversity, depleted...


Seasoned Entrepreneur and Startup Investor will Work With CoE Students and Faculty

A new entrepreneur-in-residence is sharing his expertise with students and faculty at the College of Engineering. Robert (Bob) F. Williamson Jr., a founder and treasurer of Florida early-stage investment group New World Angels, joined the CoE in May 2017....
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