KY EPSCoR: Powering the Kentucky Bioeconomy: Van Cleve Scope

Grants and Contracts Details


This project seeks to develop new technologies for energy generation and storage in addition to new membranes that can be used in environmental remediation. Three interlinked research activities are proposed in the areas of Advanced Bio-Inspired Membrane Technologies, Chemical Biology for Advanced Materials, and Electrochemical Energy Storage. Research activities will lead to batteries that are self- repairing, lower cost and more efficient than currently available. These sustainable energy technologies can support manufacturing efforts and create employment in Kentucky. This project develops research and education activities to engage a wide number of constituents.
Effective start/end date8/1/1512/30/18


  • KY Council on Postsecondary Education


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