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Media coverage of WEI this month focused on discussions onTexas' winter energy crisis, how engine research ties into face mask efficiency, and a climate change campaign led by climate scientist moms. 

Women in STEM, Engine Research, Electricity Systems, Solar, Energy & Society, Economics, Policy & Regulation, Science Communication

| Mark E. Griffin

The Quilt Blockers from Darlington, Wis. on March 6 stormed to the front of a pack of competitors from across Wisconsin and Northern Illinois to take first place in the 2021 KidWind Challenge high school division. That same day, the St.

Wind, Environmental Studies, Education & Outreach

| Laura Schultz
Our graduate students and postdoctoral researchers play an enormous role in the transition to a sustainable, resilient, and affordable energy future that is centered on social and economic equality. From lab experiments to field work to classrooms, these leaders of today and tomorrow are our catalysts for energy discovery. In this new series, we learn more about what inspired these talented researchers, what brought them to their field of study, and the questions that drive their work at the Wisconsin Energy Institute.

Transportation & Fuels, Biofuels & Bioproducts, Conversion

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Media coverage of WEI this month focused on national climate change action, the challenges and opportunities in biobased products, and a new climate change campaign led by climate scientist moms. 

Biofuels & Bioproducts, Energy & Society, Policy & Regulation, Education & Outreach, Industry

| Matthew Wisniewski
A University of Wisconsin–Madison team will take part in the country’s most prominent undergraduate-level wind energy competition for the seventh consecutive year. The UW–Madison team, dubbed WiscWind, is one of 11 teams invited to participate in the U.S. Department of Energy’s 2022 Collegiate Wind Competition.

Wind, Education & Outreach

| Laura Schultz
Our graduate students and postdoctoral researchers play an enormous role in the transition to a sustainable, resilient, and affordable energy future that is centered on social and economic equality. From lab experiments to field work to classrooms, these leaders of today and tomorrow are our catalysts for energy discovery. In this new series, we learn more about what inspired these talented researchers, what brought them to their field of study, and the questions that drive their work at the Wisconsin Energy Institute.

Sustainable Agriculture