University of Louisville holds first ever STEM camp for PZ

July 22, 2016
More than thirty students spent this entire week on the campus of the University of Louisville. It’s part of the Promise Zone STEM Summer Camp, which is designed to prepare students for life after high school, as well as provide the next generation of Appalachia’s young adults with an idea of what it will take to move the region forward.

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Planned lectures and lab exercises included:

 Solar energy conversion to electricity and fuels;

 Physics and chemistry of advanced energy materials;

 Energy storage; and

 Water splitting for solar fuels.