The article celebrates Bhattacharyya's 50+ year career, particularly his research into developing new membranes able to capture and destroy contaminants.
Castle was the first female head distiller in Tennessee, overseeing all facets of production at Old Dominick Distillery.
The collaboration will allow two of the world’s leading carbon fiber research and development organizations to maximize their respective expertise in the field.
Morse researched polymeric drug delivery complexes under Professor Thomas Dziubla through undergraduate research and UK’s REU program.
Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering Chair Tom Dziubla apprises incoming and returning students about changes within the department.
Bhattacharyya recently received a Rapid Response Research (RAPID) grant from the NSF to develop a mask that will deactivate COVID-19 on contact.
The masks are designed to inactivate the coronavirus.
This award recognizes Seay for his applied research work around the deployment of various sustainable energy technologies to empower communities in developing economies.
The three authors have received a 2020 Best Paper Award from the journal Membranes.
The fellowship will support Obute’s graduate studies at the University of Texas at Austin during the 2020-2021 academic year.