Who we are

The intent of this site is for us to share news, observations (and sometimes opinions) on issues related to bioenergy, and energy in general.  It was started as an outlet for students in the IGERT program in Biofuels and Biorefining at Colorado State University to share what we are learning (and doing) with the public.

More information regarding our program can be found here:
http://bioenergy-igert.colostate.edu/

Contributions are not limited to members of our program – we are always looking for new content!  If you would like to contribute, contact us here!

Keep reading for short profiles of our contributors…

Paul Tanger, Ph.D. is a AAAS Science and Technology Policy Fellow in the National Institute of Food and Agriculture, USDA and founding contributor to the site.  He is interested in the entire range of issues related to energy now and in the future.  All posts are his own and do not represent AAAS or USDA.

 

 

profile photo of JohnJohn Field, Ph.D. is a postdoc in Dr. Paustian’s lab at Colorado State University.  He is interested in bioenergy as a greenhouse gas reduction strategy and a sustainable development tool.

 

 

profile photo of ScottScott Fulbright is a Ph.D. candidate in Cell and Molecular Biology. He works on several projects related to algae cultivation for bioenergy.

 

 

Sam Evans, Ph.D. is a researcher at the Energy Biosciences Institute at UC Berkeley. He is interested in the effects of U.S. biofuel policies on global commodity and land markets.

 

 

Steve Albers is a Ph.D. candidate in the Cell and Molecular Biology Graduate Program at Colorado State University.  His research focuses on building Synthetic Biology systems in photosynthetic microorganisms.    His other interests focus on analysis of bioenergy patent data to further develop a deeper understanding of this nascent industry.

One Response to Who we are

  1. shreyavaidya says:

    Bioenergy is one of the best source as it is economical and does not spread pollution in the air. so use briquettes and setup green environment.

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