Crystals Could Fuel Our Future 

And four other lessons local universities taught us this year.

It looks like someone shattered a rainbow in Jamie Manson’s lab at Eastern Washington University. A spectrum of smears and powdery spills mar the long sheets of paper covering the lab’s surfaces. Under one ventilation hood, 40 tiny flasks hold a…

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