Queen’s University researchers are part of a project looking to develop alternative fuels for the airline industry.
April 11, 2016 By The Kingston Whig-Standard
Queen’s is part of a 13-member group that includes academics, government and airline companies and organizations participating in a three-year research project with the goal of establishing a biojet fuel system at a Canadian airport.
In addition to Queen’s, the research initiative includes McGill University, the University of Toronto, Air Canada, Boeing, the International Air Transport Association, Transport Canada and the National Research Council. | READ MORE