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2011 Engineering Lecture Series: Shrinking the Aerospace Carbon Footprint
Kane Hall 130, UW Seattle

Mary ArmstrongBoeing is designing new aircraft to be fuel efficient, quieter, and more recyclable. On the ground, manufacturing facilities are reducing use of energy, water, and hazardous materials.

Join us as chemical engineering alumna Mary Armstrong, '79, reveals how engineering innovations are shrinking Boeing’s domestic carbon footprint and leading worldwide industry efforts to  enable zero carbon growth for air travel.

THE 2011 ENGINEERING LECTURE SERIES takes flight to explore the innovations transforming the aerospace industry. Cleaner and green airplanes and ground operations will decrease environmental impact and boost efficiency and sustainability for commercial aviation and the military. On the horizon, autonomous networked vehicles with astonishing capabilities will accomplish missions too dangerous, difficult, or distant for humans. Hear the inside story on the re-engineering of aerospace.

Cost: FREE

Time: 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

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