Making tracks toward innovation in the stormwater runoff treatment train
Enabling simulation-based engineering science
The case of the disappearing deltas
Renovation launches SAFL into the future
Channeling an untapped renewable energy SAFL spearheads research on generating renewable energy from tides, river currents and waves.
Environmentally-friendly hydropower The University of Minnesota was awarded a $250,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to develop state-of-the-art computational tools.
$1.2 million awarded for offshore wind energy computational research SAFL was awarded a $1.2 million grant to develop high-resolution computational algorithms for simulating offshore wind turbines and farms.
SAFL expands to become a research center within the College of Science and Engineering SAFL expands to become a research center within the College of Science and Engineering
Featured Research Project: Reducing Wind Turbine Blade Drag Using Riblet Film Researchers have teamed up to study drag reduction in wind turbine blades.
SAFL Welcomes Professor Michele Guala In January 2011, Michele Guala joined the faculty of St. Anthony Falls Laboratory.