Unlocking the Energy Secrets of the Planet

Photo of Kathleen in the lab

Kathleen Krueger at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

At this Cal Poly Science Cafe, test your understanding of biofuels and hear about Kathleen Krueger’s research in studying fungi as a potential biofuel. Learn how how fungus, rocks, feedstocks and more are potential energy sources for our future. All are welcome, and refreshments will be served.

More about Kathleen Krueger

Kathleen Krueger is a STEM Teacher and Researcher Program (STAR) fellow who studied fungi at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in Richland, Washington. Krueger won the second place Margaret Burbidge Award for best experimental research at the 2012 American Physical Society, California-Nevada Section Annual Conference at Cal Poly.

This event is offered in partnership with the College of Science and Mathematics and the Center for Excellence in STEM Education.