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Exploring Alternative Fluids for Enhanced Geothermal Recovery

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Nigerian PhD student Ibukun Ojo is breaking new ground in energy research. From petroleum to geothermal studies, his story embodies a dedication to sustainability and innovation. Exploring Alternative Fluids for Enhanced Geothermal Recovery Ibukun Ojo is a first-year PhD student from Nigeria in the Department of Energy and Petroleum Engineering at the University of North […]

Students standing in front of design poster at expo

Future problem solvers at work

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Students standing in front of design poster at expo

Visitors to the Memorial Union Ballroom on Tuesday, May 2 might have encountered an electric bicycle zooming across their path, before noticing a large rocket standing in a corner, robotic devices, a small bridge and a race car simulator, among myriad other displays.

From Facebook to UND

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When the pandemic shook up his life, Atir searched for something new. Atir Kaunain’s quest for continuing his education started at the beginning of the pandemic. Working for a construction company in Southern California, there was no “work from home” option available for him. Aware that he was on the verge of being furloughed, Atir […]

Promising research for N.D. energy industry

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Members of the North Dakota Industrial Commission last week toured UND’s Drilling and Completions Lab and a pilot-scale plant to extract rare earth elements from coal. From left to right are Vamegh Rasouli, petroleum engineering chair; Harry Feilen, DRACOLA director; Brian Tande, CEM dean; Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring; Gov. Doug Burgum; and Attorney General Wayne […]