The 2014 recipients of the Jerome Goldstein Scholarship Fund For EcoEntrepreneuring presented their research findings at the Rutgers University EcoComplex in Bordentown, New Jersey on August 25, 2014.
Each student recipient served as an intern at the EcoComplex this summer. Participating interns conducted their research with Rutgers EcoComplex staff, Rutgers faculty and/or incubator companies located at the EcoComplex. Each prepared a presentation for the August 25 event, as well as authored a research paper.
The 2014 Jerome Goldstein scholarship recipients and their presentations titles
“Food Waste-to-Energy-Potential-Solution for Disaster Resilience”
“Non-Recycled Plastics as a Feedstock for Advanced Fuels”
“Economic and Environmental Comparison of Tomato Production Scenarios”
Jerome Goldstein (1931-2012) was the founding Editor and Publisher of BioCycle and founder of The JG Press, Inc.
The Jerome Goldstein Scholarship Fund For EcoEntrepreneuring supports student researchers at the Rutgers University EcoComplex in Bordentown, New Jersey. The EcoComplex integrates composting, anaerobic digestion, compost utilization, agricultural production, renewable energy and enterprise development.