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UCR team wins $2 million federal grant to scale up biofuel technology for powering aircraft and marine vessels
The sustainable fuels research team at UC Riverside has won a $2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy to scale up an acclaimed biofuels technology that turns agricultural and forestry biomass waste into a sustainable source of aviation and marine fuels. The patented technology is known as Co-solvent Enhanced Lignocellulosic...
UCR wins $5 million in federal transportation grants
UC Riverside engineering faculty are collaborators in four University Transportation Centers, or UTCs, that were recently awarded $5 million over five years by the U.S. Department of Transportation, or USDOT. This funding will support research in sustainable transportation, health, navigation, and railway safety. This research funding was awarded...
Heejung Jung named SAE Fellow
Heejung Jung has been named a Fellow of the Society of Automotive Engineers, or SAE, in recognition of his expertise and work in vehicle emissions for new emissions standards and new emissions measurement methods.
Biofuels trailblazer elected to National Academy of Engineering
Charles E. Wyman has devoted most of his career to understanding and advancing technologies for the conversion of sustainable biomass into fuels, chemicals, and materials
Poorest Inland Empire communities have highest fine particulate matter exposure
San Bernardino study participants had highest exposure to PM2.5 in their own homes
CE-CERT Receives IEEE ITS Society Institutional Lead Award
The award recognizes CE-CERT's leadership in developing environmental technologies to improve transportation, air quality, and energy efficiency
UC Riverside engineers receive award from Society of Automotive Engineers
UC Riverside group won the New Methods and Tools award for its project, “Development of Fractional Cabin Air Recirculation System"
How to create a paradigm shift in vehicle emission regulation
A UC Riverside-led consortium is developing better in-use vehicle emissions monitoring for better regulations
CE-CERT takes eco-driving simulator to CES
CE-CERT’s cooperative merging technology reduces fuel consumption and emissions
UC Riverside and CARB partner to train tomorrow’s environmental leaders
The California Air Resources Board formalizes agreements offering classes, facility tours, and more to Riverside schools