Post-bac student Selicity Icefire analyzes the distribution of radon gas in the Portland metro region and throughout Oregon in order to help the state and its citizens identify and manage the risk of the poisonous gas.
Read the original story in the Portland Business Journal's Sustainable Business Oregon here.
Portland State University has chosen seven teams to move ahead in its second annual Cleantech Challenge.
Each team, comprised of at least one PSU student, will get $2,500 to work on prototypes of their projects during the summer. The challenge culminates with a contest in September, competing for a $25,000 grand prize.
After competing in the Semi-Final Pitching Round, seven teams of Portland State University (PSU) students and instructors were selected to advance to the prototype phase in PSU’s second annual Cleantech Challenge.