Students and researchers at the University of Wyoming now have access to high-tech equipment that will enable them to do more advanced energy research than in the past.
The university’s new $25 million Energy Innovation Center houses labs for researching better ways to extract oil and more efficient techniques to convert coal into liquids.
The University of Wyoming’s long awaited Energy Innovation Center opens in January.
The 25-point-four million dollar facility features some high tech capabilities that U-W Energy School Director Mark Northam says should allow Wyoming to be a leader in energy research.
It will have links to high speed computers, such as the NCAR Supercomputer and will allow for outside research.
“The building will also have a distance collaboration laboratory that will be useful for researchers and other professionals who are working with people in other loca