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LEGEND

G = Graduate    |    U = Undergraduate

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What they’re working on:
Addressing the contamination of potable water sources by per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) and perfluorooctanesulfonic acid (PFOS).


What they’re working on:
Developing a circular energy distribution system that can intelligently balance demand and supply.  


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What they’re working on:
Addressing waste in the furniture industry by exploring the reuse potential of furniture that has reached the end of its life cycle.   


What they’re working on:
Developing a framework for assessing the effectiveness of China’s 2008 “Circular Economy Promotion Law,” especially as it relates to scalability in urban areas.


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What they’re working on:
Addressing the persistent problem of plastic waste, one of Ghana’s largest waste streams, by exploring the potential for upcycling/reuse.


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What they’re working on:
Addressing the problem of food waste by upcycling food waste into other useful products/commodities.


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What they’re working on:
Exploring opportunities for disassembly/materials recovery within existing second-hand retail markets. 


What they’re working on:
Exploring the reuse/upcycling potential of the organic waste generated in cocoa production to create bio-soap, animal feed, and other useful products.


What they’re working on:
Exploring the potential of grey water reuse and plastic waste reuse in Uganda.