Dr. Shannon Martin, SRP participant, presented a Pediatric Research Colloquium, “Determining the role of macrophages in the developing cardiac conduction system”, on March 26, 2021. Dr. Martin is a member of...
Allen Green completes Biochemistry ScB honors thesis based on SRP research on the topic of environmental and human health hazard assessment of two-dimensional MnO2 nanosheets. His presentation will be on April 5,...
Summer Gonsalves received a grant from the Rhode Island Wild Plant Society to purchase native species plants, educational signs, and plant signs for the Narragansett Indian Tribal Farm Pollinator...
Robert Hurt, Project 4 Leader, and SRP trainee Muchun Liu developed a novel method to create thin robust membranes with vertically aligned graphene nanochannels for dramatic improvements in water throughput. They reported their...
Brown SRP Researcher Kurt Pennell's research on PFAS migration from contaminated sites is featured in the Winter 2021 issue of Brown Engineering.
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Brown SRP contributors Shannon Martin, Nathan Martin, and Jessica Plavicki presented Perfluorooctane Sulfonate (PFOS) Exacerbates Microglial Responses to Brain Injury in Exposed Zebrafish Embryos, an invited platform...
On November 12, 2020, David Sedlak (UC Berkeley) gave the Dourdeville Lecture on Engineering in Service to Society.
The lecture, Technological Solutions for the Rest World's Water Crises, was recorded and is available to watch...
Assistant Professor Jessica Plavicki is the recipient of an Outstanding New Environmental Scientist Award (ONES) from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences.
Dr. Plavicki will use her award to investigate how toxicant...
Scott Frickel, CEC Leader, and Tom Marlow, Trainee, in collaboration with Jim Elliott, were awarded academic research access to First Street Foundation's Flood Factor Database.
KC Donnelly Externship Award winner Yvonne Rericha, from Oregon State University, will be working with the Brown SRP.
Under the mentorship of faculty members Jessica Plavicki and Robbert Creton, Ms. Rericha will to studying the effects of...