The University of Dayton Research Institute has designed a portable algae farm that delivers a homegrown carbon pollution solution to where it’s most needed — the point of pollution. Sukh Sidhu, head of UDRI’s energy technologies and materials division, discusses the technology created under contract from the Air Force Research Laboratory to help the Air Force become carbon neutral — and to help communities and industries achieve their pollution reduction goals. Read more in Discovery 2014, the online research magazine of the University of Dayton: go.udayton.edu/discovery

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