Georgetown researchers across disciplines are collaborating to clean up U.S. cement production with policy solutions for technological upgrades
A team of Georgetown researchers from across disciplines are collaborating to investigate a set of technology solutions and policy proposals that can drastically reduce the cement industry’s carbon footprint. The lead researcher, Ankita Gangotra, a postdoctoral fellow, has been working with Emanuela Del Gado, a professor in the Department of Physics, and Joanna I. Lewis, a professor in the School of Foreign Service and director of the Science, Technology and International Affairs (STIA) program. Gangotra’s position is the first postdoctoral fellowship at Georgetown to span the Physics Department and the School of Foreign Service.
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