AURI is a non-profit research institute established by the Minnesota Legislature in order to improve the economy of rural Minnesota. AURI provides scientific technical assistance, technology transfer, applied research services, product development assistance, and innovative networking to foster value-added development and process improvement for agricultural products and coproducts. A student research assistant is need to help research existing absorptive cooling technologies and evaluate economic feasibility and business assistance associated with implementing identified technologies.
Prepared in partnership with the Agricultural Utilization Research Institute by the Community Assistantship Program (CAP), which is administered by the Center for Urban and Regional Affairs (CURA) at the University of Minnesota.
Pushpala, Roopesh; Agricultural Utilization Research Institute.
Biomass for Cooling System Technologies: A Feasibility Guide.
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