(BLOOMINGTON) - More than 100 Indiana University faculty members from across the IU system will converge on the Bloomington Campus Thursday for a two-day energy conference.
IU Cyclotron Director Paul Sokol says the gathering plans to discuss not only possible alternative fuels but the policy issues of the energy debate, and lay out a road map for how IU can contribute to solving them.
Ninth District Congressman Baron Hill and executives from Duke Energy and Cummins Engine are among the scheduled speakers.
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