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Cyber Discovery Camp

PSU hosts teams of high school students and teachers at an interdisciplinary summer camp designed to cultivate cyber citizenship and interest in STEM-related fields.
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PSU undergrads present semiconductor research at TECHCON 2014

Students from Portland State University (PSU) joined the nation’s top semiconductor scholars and industry leaders to share their research at the Semiconductor Research Corporation’s (SRC) 16th annual TECHCON conference held Sept. 7-9 in Austin, Texas.

CityLab: Portland: Hardly 'A Retirement Community for the Young'

Read the original article here in CityLab. 

Portland Tribune: Student designer of alternative car battery wins big clean tech prize

Read the original story in the Portland Tribune's Sustainable Life section here

The Portland Shower didn't make a clean sweep after all.

The project by a trio of Portland State University students didn't place in the PSU Cleantech Challenge, held Monday evening at the Oregon Convention Center.

PSU awards cash prizes to winners of Cleantech Challenge sponsored by Wells Fargo

And the winner is …

Last night Portland State University (PSU) announced the winners of its second annual PSU Cleantech Challenge. Wells Fargo donated $100,000 to PSU to support the competition among teams of students and professors who came up with new products to improve the environment.

New Building Materials May Reduce Waste at Portland Grocers

Clean Tech Challenge semifinalists see new building materials in waxed cardboard diverted from landfills.
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Reinventing the Batteries that Power Automobiles

Clean Tech Challenge semifinalists Andrew and Jonathan Thorsvik have developed a battery technology that could replace inefficient and toxic lead-acid batteries in automobiles.
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A New Device allows Bicyclists to Monitor Exposure to Air Pollutants

Clean Tech Challenge finalist Alex Bigazzi has developed a portable, low-cost sensor suite and data management application to help bicyclists map air pollutants while measuring pollutant intake during rides.
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