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Combined Organic Fouling and Inorganic Scaling in Reverse Osmosis
August 28, 2018
Research in the Elimelech lab continues to explore fundamental transport and scaling processes involved water treatment by reverse osmosis. This manuscript, written by lead...
Activatable Protein Nanoparticles for Targeted Delivery of Therapeutic Peptides
January 9, 2018
A team led by Jiangbing Zhou, Assistant Professor of Neurosurgery and of Biomedical Engineering at Yale, has developed a versatile platform for the targeted delivery of...
Light-trapping in polymer solar cells by processing with nanostructured diatomaceous earth
December 1, 2017
Since the Jurassic period, diatom algae have adapted an intricate silica cell wall to manipulate light to optimize their photosynthesis process. Lyndsey McMillon-Brown, a...
Loss of Phospholipid Membrane Integrity Induced by Two-Dimensional Nanomaterials
September 20, 2017
While engineered nanomaterials have known toxic effects, the precise mechanisms of toxicity are not fully understood. In this publication, Ines Zucker, from the Elimelech...
Relating Silica Scaling in Reverse Osmosis to Membrane Surface Properties
April 15, 2017
Researchers in the Elimelech lab continue to pioneer advances in membrane filtration technologies. In this paper, postdoc Tiezheng Tong and colleagues demonstrate the...
Highly stiff yet elastic microcapsules incorporating cellulose nanofibrils
March 25, 2017
Gilad Kaufman and co-authors from the Osuji lab used light scattering to characterize the surface charge of cellulose nanofibers. In their work, they have shown that through ...
EcoMnOx, a Biosourced Catalyst for Selective Aerobic Oxidative Cleavage of Activated 1,2-Diols
March 10, 2017
Recent work in the Anastas lab has extracted metals from metal-rich waste using plants, in a process called phytoextraction, and produced a novel manganese-based catalyst...