His research as part of his dissertation was on the development of green methods of fabricating polymeric membranes, their antifouling properties and applications in wastewater treatment.
The University of Kentucky College of Engineering is offering EGR 380: Bourbon Production Engineering in an online format. The course is open to anyone and will run from May 12 – June 23.
DB will serve as the PI and engineering faculty members J. Todd Hastings and Thomas Dziubla, as well as Yinan Wei from the UK Department of Chemistry, will contribute as Co-PIs.
The paper “Biomimetic and bioinspired membranes for water purification: A critical review and future directions” was among the top 10% of papers downloaded between January 2018 and December 2019.
Despite the cancellation of the annual UK College of Engineering Awards Banquet sponsored by Tau Beta Pi, each department and Tau Beta Pi have named awardees.
The grant will go toward research aimed at better understanding and minimizing the negative health and environmental impacts of chlorinated organic compounds found at Superfund sites.
PowerTech Water develops advanced carbon electrode technologies to deliver clean water for nonenergy production field use in a sustainable manner.
Dibakar Bhattacharyya has the concept and the means to develop a medical face mask that would capture and deactivate the COVID-19 virus on contact.
The COVID-19 pandemic is creating shortages of sanitizing products in hospitals.
The paper is titled “Anatomy of a selectively coassembled β-sheet peptide nanofiber” and is based on Shao’s postdoctoral work.