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CEBC grad student shares research at Kansas capitol event

Tuesday, February 10, 2015

In February, Cyrus Maleki was one of eight KU graduate researchers who joined their peers from other Kansas Board of Regents public universities to present research to legislators and the general public in Topeka. This is the third year that the Capitol Graduate Research Summit and Kansas Undergraduate Research Day have highlighted graduate research, as well as unique opportunities that undergraduate students have to participate in research with faculty members at Kansas universities. Cyrus enjoyed the opportunity to share his research on carbon capture and utilization with Kansas legislators and other researchers.



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