Energy, environment labs to host open house on April 8

March 06, 2020

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — The Energy and Environmental Sustainability Laboratories (EESL) announced the fourth annual wine and cheese open house. It will take place from 4 to 6 p.m. on Wednesday, April 8, at The Nittany Lion Inn. Registration is requested.

“Guests at the open house will have the opportunity to learn about EESL and our many services,” said Odette Mina, managing director of EESL. “The cutting-edge technology that we offer in the areas of energy and the environment can help deliver results for researchers and industry alike.”

In addition, the open house will provide information about the instruments available through EESL. Employees of EESL will be on hand to answer questions and share details about their laboratories.

Karol Confer speaks with an open house attendee about the Water Quality Laboratory

Karol Confer (left) speaks with an open house attendee about the Water Quality Laboratory.

IMAGE: Kevin Sliman

Mina added that the details about EESL’s new Organics Laboratory and its latest equipment will be highlighted. Additionally, the newly added capabilities in the Center for Quantitative Imaging will be announced.

EESL is the Institutes of Energy and the Environment’s shared multi-user instrumentation facilities that tie together world-class instrumentation and expertise in a broad array of analytical techniques covering materials in all phases. EESL’s mission is to advance interdisciplinary scholarship by providing researchers access to cutting-edge instrumentation and subject matter expertise that fuels innovation in energy and environmental sciences.

The Institutes of Energy and the Environment works to build teams of experts from different disciplines to see how new ways of thinking can solve some of the world’s most difficult energy and environmental challenges.

Visit eesl.iee.psu.edu to learn about EESL’s services and capabilities.

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Last Updated March 06, 2020