|Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz to Visit UH
Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz will visit the University of Houstonís Energy Research Park on March 5 to tour some of its energy-related research programs.
Young UH grads find there is no limit to what they can do
Justin Farley, a UH grad, is the founder and CEO of an Internet start-up called UNlimiters that is located in the Universityís Energy Research Park. The company sells assistive technology, wheelchair accessories and other products designed to help people with limited mobility become as independent as possible.
UH nanotech company wins Goradia Innovation Prize
C-Voltaics, the nanotechnology company started by a University of Houston researcher, has been named the grand prize winner of this yearís Goradia Innovation Prize.
Schlumberger donates $2.35 million to Energy Research Park
Schlumberger is donating $2.35 million to the University of Houston to support the continued expansion and renovation of the UH Energy Research Park.
Building 1 undergoes transformation at Energy Research Park
For motorists who drive past the University of Houstonís Energy Research Park along the Gulf Freeway, the one building they catch a glimpse of is Building 1.
Building 4 converted into centerpiece of ERP
People who walk inside the front doors of Building 4 of the University of Houstonís Energy Research Park are greeted by a slick, modern interior, complete with freshly painted walls and a wide-open foyer area.
Energy players team up in UH research park
The university purchased the 74-acre property for $27.5 million in 2009, envisioning the former Schlumberger Wells Service property on the Gulf Freeway as the place where students, faculty and people from the energy industry meet to solve real-world problems.
General Electric Donates Subsea Model to UH Program
UH received a valuable donation from General Electric (GE) in May that will provide engineering students with an educational tool and an added edge for students of the already highly-acclaimed program.
Selvamanickam Wins Second R&D 100 Award in Three Years
They are called the Oscars of the science world, and a professor with the University of Houston Cullen College of Engineering has just won his second in three years.
TIGER Grant Helping Connect UH Campus with Energy Research Park
Right now, the only way to get from the University of Houstonís main campus to the UH Energy Research Park (ERP) is by automobile or shuttle bus. That will ultimately change as the university plans to construct a paved pathway connecting the campus to the ERP. This corridor will accommodate pedestrians, bikes, electric shuttles and service vehicles.
Installed for Energy Research
Student Calls ERP His Parking
Lot of Choice
Changes Ahead for Energy
Creating a Network for Energy
New Energy Research Park
Energizes March to Tier One