Montana Tech environmental engineering student Westley Lund adjusts a light in his team's bio reactor during the annual Techxpo design showcase held Thursday in the Tech HPER building. The biologic process of algae photosynthesis to remove CO2 from power plant flue gas streams was the focus of this project. This event showcases how students and faculty members apply knowledge to help solve challenging real life problems.

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