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CBET Program 1179 Research Highlights


Environmental Health & Safety of Nanotechnology

Program Director:   Barbara Karn

Listed below are selected Research Highlights from this program:
  Principal Investigator
and Link to Abstract

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and Link to Research Highlights

[More Research Highlights Pages/Links Coming Soon]
FY 2012
* Kim, Jaehong
Georgia Institute of Technology
  Visible-to-ultraviolet Upconversion Materials for Light-activated Antimicrobial Surfaces
* Walker, Sharon
University of California-Riverside
  Nanoparticle Removal Leads to Safer Drinking Water
FY 2009
* Ke, Pu-Chun
Clemson University
  Understanding Carbon Nanoassembly
FY 2008
* Jellison, Kristen L.
Lehigh University
  CAREER: Discovery of Cryptosporidium
Oocyst Attachment to Biofilms
FY 2007
* Jellison, Kristen L.
Lehigh University
  Developing a New Water Treatment System
for a Honduran Village
* Nichols, Elizabeth
North Carolina State
  Green Cleaning Machines - How Plants
Remove Pollutants from Soils and Sediments


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