Calvin Grant and Mandy Melton are this year’s recipients of UNC’s Employee Forum’s Perfect Addition Award. Read more about our recipients and the award.
The Dick Research Group is focused on creating new sensor technology for the detection of PFAS, a group of synthetic “forever” chemicals. Doctoral student Rebecca Clark is conducting research on the effectiveness of the sensor’s ability to detect PFOS, a pollutant in the PFAS group.
The annual departmental TA awards recognize outstanding graduate teaching assistants. Click to see this year’s recipients.
Led by Principal Investigators James Cahoon in the department of chemistry and Alexander Tropsha, the AI Accelerated Discovery of Solar Energy Materials Hub will apply recent advances in data science and AI to develop systems for generation of novel solar fuels — matter that can store and release solar energy on demand.
We present a versatile strategy for the development of flexible printed circuit (FPC) electrode arrays with accompanying multiplexing hardware to interface with single-channel potentiostats.
This study shows the first direct evidence of PFECAs in wet and dry deposition. The data suggest that the particle-bound and gas-phase PFAS that may have undergone long-range transport can be incorporated into raindrops and removed rapidly.
In this work, we study how the characteristics of the cavitation mentioned above scale with the amount of applied tension.
Thirty-four PFASs, including perfluoroalkyl carboxylic, perfluoroalkane sulfonic, perfluoroalkyl ether carboxylic and sulfonic acids were analyzed by UHPLC/ESI-MS/MS.