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New Publication

Feb 15, 2020

Dr. Apul and Arsalan Khalid from UML collaborated with investigators at UT-Austin, University of South Carolina and Clemson University to publish an Environment International article titled "Transformation potential of cannabinoids during their passage through engineered water treatment systems: A perspective". This article will hopefully help raise awareness about the potential implications of cannabinoids and their transformation products in aquatic systems.

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MIT Enterprise Forum 2020

Feb 11, 2020

Dr. Apul gave a short talk at MIT Enterprise Forum on Feb. 10th 2020. The focus of the event was "Navigating the Massachusetts Clean Technologies Landscape" and our presentation described carbon-nano enabled wastewater sludge treatment for improved biogas production.

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Acorn Technology Development Award in Collaboration with Dr. Chen and Dr. Zhang

Dec 22, 2019

Our lab is rewarded with a new acorn technology development award in collaboration with Dr. Chen (principle investigator) of Plastics Engineering and Dr. Zhang of Environmental Engineering. This project titled: "Biocrude oil and Biobased Polymer Production from Sewage Sludge via Hydrothermal Liquefaction" is an interesting way of value amplification for sewage sludge. Congratulations. Dr. Chen!

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New Project - Repeated Use of Nanoscale Microwave Susceptors for Ex Situ Soil Remediation

Dec 16, 2019

Apul Lab was awarded a new grant from an industry sponsor to investigate the repeated use of nanomaterials for ex situ microwave soil remediation. The work will complement the ongoing efforts for microwave stimulation of nanomaterials for soil remediation applications.

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New Publication - Mesoporous Activated Carbon Shows Superior Adsorption Affinity for 11-Nor-9-Carboxy-Δ9-Tetrahydrocannabinol in Water

Dec 16, 2019

Arsalan's second article is accepted for publication in Clean Water (Nature Partner Journal). This article investigates the removal of common cannabinoids and their primary metabolites from water using carbon adsorbents. This study was a collaboration between UT-Austin and Clemson University. Congratulations Arsalan!

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