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What do the Navy and Purdue University have in common? Energy

Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus and Purdue University President Mitch Daniels will sign a statement of cooperation between the Department of the Navy and Purdue May 8, agreeing to further develop and strengthen an existing research relationship aimed at enhancing and implementing alternative energy resources.

The signing ceremony, scheduled for 1:30 p.m. EDT, will be held in Stewart Center’s Fowler Hall on the Purdue campus and is open to the public. Purdue is home to the Energy Center in Discovery Park. The center leads interdisciplinary research efforts in advancing alternative energy sources and approaches.

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