During this past school year, Ruzicka worked as the Director of Quality Control. Since joining IBI, Mace has been able to use the skills he learns in the classroom to turn a problem — waste cooking oil — into a solution. In the Spring semester alone, IBI created gallons of biodiesel fuel and 2 gallons of soap from about gallons of waste vegetable oil with hopes of increasing production in the fall. I went to the first general meeting and applied to be a production testing lead. The test required vacuum-like conditions to filter the oil through a thin wafer-like material permeated with tiny holes 0. He double-checks that the biodiesel made by IBI students complies with industry standards to protect the safety of both the users of biodiesel and the machinery they operate. Yet beyond concrete numbers and products, IBI yields valuable scientific experience for all ages and majors. Blake Banks, an agricultural and biological engineering student, just finished her junior year with hopes of turning her IBI experiences into a career as well.
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