The Sustainability Institute and the Center for Energy Research, Training and Innovation (CERTAIN) have announced the awardees of the 2020 Sustainability Research Seed Grant Program. This program fosters sustainability and resilience research at Ohio State by supporting new interdisciplinary research teams. The seed grant program aims to lay a foundation for convergence research, a means of solving vexing research problems, in particular, complex problems focusing on societal needs. It entails integrating knowledge, methods and expertise from different disciplines and forming novel frameworks to catalyze scientific discovery and innovation.
Read more here.
Congrats to Spring 2020 graduates Bryan Finneran (MS/JD) and Amanda Killian (BS). We are so excited for your future and will miss you in the lab!
What if kidney disease patients could use tap water for dialysis treatment? Read more about The Water TEAM’s proposed solution, and solutions proposed by other finalists, here.
Welcome to another MS student Emma!
Below, our group welcomes new members and celebrates the start of the academic year.
The Water TEAM welcomes our newest members Yijing Liu (PhD student) and Daniel Ma (MS student)!
The Water TEAM welcomes our newest member Zanna Leciejewski. Zanna was recently awarded a scholarship from the College of Engineering through the new Summer Research Scholarship Program to support her first substantial research experience this Summer 2019. Zanna is working on novel UV treatment of algal toxins.
This Spring, Amanda Killian was awarded a scholarship from the College of Engineering for Autumn 2019 and Spring 2020 to pursue Undergraduate Research Distinction. This will support her work comparing water and biofilm microbial communities downstream of UV and chlorine disinfection.
Welcome to visiting scholar Judith Straathof!