May 6, 2020 Congrats to NEWT faculty, Dr. John Fortner for receiving the 2020 Walter L. Huber Civil Engineering Research Prize from the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)!
“Understanding how membrane structure affects selectivity is key to fabricating next-generation membranes for water treatment. We found that ion selectivity of nanofiltration membranes is independent of membrane thickness. Instead, the … Continue reading NEWT Publication | Energy barriers to anion transport in polyelectrolyte multilayer nanofiltration membranes: Role of intra-pore diffusion
Latest developments from NEWT Yale with Menachem Elimelech – Read “Device mimics the mangrove’s water-purifying power” #WaterIsLife #desalination #EnvironmentalEngineering #Yale#Engineering #technology #engineerthefuture
It’s not enough to take antibiotic-resistant bacteria out of wastewater to eliminate the risks they pose to society. The bits they leave behind have to be destroyed as well.
This March, he plans to join the team at Intel! His words of advice: “Work hard and never give up. Hard work will definitely bring opportunities. At Intel Corporation, I … Continue reading Congrats to NEWT graduate from UTEP, Md Tariqul Islam!