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Welcome to SERC

The Sustainable Energy Research Center (SERC) was established in January 2006 at Mississippi State University (MSU) through funding from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE).

SERC was formed to create an infrastructure for coordinated interdisciplinary collaboration at MSU in the development of environmentally and economically sustainable energy sources specific to the Southeastern United States.

SERC serves as a conduit for the development of integrated research and educational programs at MSU. The Center is also a catalyst for forging partnerships between academia, business, and the U.S. government.


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Faculty Profile: Sundar Krishnan, Ph.D. More

SERC earns 2009 Innovator Award...More

Mississippi State Research Team Turns Shrimp Shells Into Fuel...More

Professor W. Todd French and his colleague Professor Rafael A. Hernandez of the Dave C. Swalm School of Chemical Engineering... More

Biodiesel Magazine Features SERC's Waste Water Research in its October '08 Issue... More

The Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal Recently Wrote about SERC...More


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SERC - Mississippi State University - [Last Updated: 06/21/2010 ]