Claire Loe

Claire is a junior student studying mechanical engineering at Northwestern University. Passionate about the environment, Claire demonstrates her commitment to sustainability through her involvement in Engineers for a Sustainable World. When not working on problem sets, she can be found shooting at the archery range or reading one of her many books.

Content by Claire Loe

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Imagine a world where your house is attuned to your needs.

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Water is a renewable resource, but it is not an infinite one. All around the globe, various communities and entire nations struggle to find an adequate supply of fresh water.

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One hurdle that general acceptance of renewable has had to overcome is the problem of aesthetics.

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Have you ever tried to put ketchup on your fries, only to have it get stuck to the bottle and take ages to come out?

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When thinking of renewable energy sources, people generally think of solar, wind and water. But, there's a new energy source that is emerging on the market: the moon.

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Aluminum, copper, silver, gold, platinum. 
Lanthanum, Europium, Neodymium, Gadolinium.

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I recently attended a panel discussion, hosted by the Chicago Council on Science and Technology, about the relationship between water and Chicago.

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If you were one of the millions of people to go see last summer's blockbuster film "The Fault in Our Stars," based off the novel of the s