Hsu-Kim Research Group News
Tassels and Poofy Hats
May 13, 2017
Congratulations to lab alums Sarah Diringer for receiving her PhD diploma and to Janie Cooper for her M.S. degree today!
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Well done Janie!
March 1, 2017
Kudos to Janie Cooper for successfully defending her masters thesis, titled "Size-Dependent Fate of Nanoceria in Simulated Large Scale Wetlands".... read more
Nanotechnology and the Environment
January 10, 2017
October 20, 2016
We are excited to welcome new members to the group, including PhD students Imari Walker Karega and Natalia Neal-Walthall, as well as our lab... read more
Can the Recovery of Rare Earth Elements Extend the Value Chain for Coal Ash?
May 27, 2016
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Celebrations, Farewells, and Orange Socks
May 16, 2016
Congratulations to CJ on a successful defense of his PhD dissertation! And also congrats to Laura on her new position as a science teacher. We... read more
Oxygen Key to Containing Coal Ash Contamination
April 18, 2016
Grace's recent paper investigates the effects of redox conditions for arsenic and selenium leaching from coal ash.
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Mercury or Malaria?
May 19, 2015
NPR covers our mercury research in the Peruvian Amazon on Morning Edition (May 19, 2015):... read more
Dr. Schwartz Completes Her Dissertation
March 25, 2015
Congratulations to Grace Schwartz on successfully defending and submitting her dissertation this week entitled: “Biogeochemical Transformations of... read more
Devon's REU Experience
January 27, 2015
Each summer the lab hosts undergraduate students looking to conduct environmental engineering research through research experience for... read more
Going for the Gold Sends Mercury Down the River
January 21, 2015
Check out our work on NPR’s All Thing’s Considered!