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View Resource Community Colleges, Industry Leaders Prepare Students

The ATETV project delivers web-based videos to connect students to careers in advanced technology. In this episode of ATETV, industry partnerships, process technology and simulation and game development are discussed. From oil refining to video game design and everywhere in between, community colleges are working with industries to tailor their programs to match the demand for jobs. The episode...

View Resource Why Hydrogen?

An interactive flash animation by General Motors comparing petroleum and hydrogen lifecycles. Note: You may need to open this resource in a browser other than internet explorer for the best result.

View Resource Underwater Robots; Oil and Gas Refining; Video Games

The ATETV project delivers web-based videos to connect students to careers in advanced technology. This episode of ATETV deals with engineering and design, oil and gas refinement for a major petroleum company, and video game design and creation, common programs offered at community colleges. It can be viewed whole or in three segments: "Environmental Engineering at Bristol Community College,"...

View Resource Wade Adams Key Note Presentation: Nanotechnology

This is a presentation by Wade Adams. This was his keynote address at the 2007 Arizona Nanotechnology Symposium on March 23 at Scottsdale Community College. With oil production reserves being a finite quantity in the world, new energy sources are being sought and nanotechnology will play a key role.

View Resource Fossil Fuels: Capstone

This lesson summarizes our dependency upon fossil fuels, pointing out that there are very few aspects of our daily life that are not impacted by their use. The discussion centers around whether these fuels could be replaced and makes the point that there is a significant percentage of them which is used to manufacture products and is not simply burned for energy. The lesson includes an activity...

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