NSF Graduate Research Fellow; PhD student, UVM Rubenstein School and Gund Institute; Founder and Intern Engineer, New Cycle Bioneering
I grew up, live and work on a family dairy farm in Fairfield, VT. In 2007, I received a BS in chemical engineering from Clarkson University in Potsdam, NY. My research focuses on mass/energy analysis and design of small-scale, on-farm biofuels processes - anaerobic digestion, thermochemical treatment, composting, biodiesel and fermentation.
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