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Ecotone Renewables will receive $300,000 to install five anaerobic digesters, which divert carbon emissions by turning local food waste into fertilizer.
Construction on the life sciences research hub is scheduled to begin this year.
Understanding how mountains formed could help us predict future tectonic events and find minerals for electronics, says Fulbright Fellow and Pitt-Johnstown Associate Professor Ryan Kerrigan.
The University also ranked highly in two new categories, cracking the top 50 for psychology and economics undergraduate programs.