Bruce DaleChemical Engineering and Materials Science ProfessorMichigan State University

Bruce E. Dale is a well-known authority on biofuels and Professor of Chemical Engineering at Michigan State University.
He specializes in studies of renewable energy sources, and is currently working on creating methods of turning grass into ethanol for use as fuel.
He received his bachelors and master's degrees from the University of Arizona and his Ph.D. from Purdue University.
Professor Dale's research and professional interests lie at the intersection of chemical engineering and the life sciences. Specifically, he is interested in the sustainable conversion of plant matter to industrial products - fuels, chemicals and materials - while still meeting human and animal needs for food and feed.