MEAN Lab paper “Porous lignin based poly (acrylic acid)/organo-montmorillonite nanocomposites:Swelling behaviors and rapid removal of Pb (II) ions” was accepted to Polymer.
MEAN Lab paper “Polyvinylpyrrolidone Confined with Ammonia Borane for Hydrogen Storage: Comparison of Different Molecular Weights.” was accepted to Journal of Physics and Chemistry of Solids.
MEAN Lab UG Researcher Manisha Patel will graduate in May and go on for her Ph.D. in Environmental Engineering at the Rice University George R. Brown School of Engineering Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering! Congrats!
MEAN Lab publication was the #8 MOST ACCESSED article in WIRES: Nanomedicine and Nanobiotechnology for 2016!
Link (may expire in 2018): http://wires.wiley.com/WileyCDA/WiresCollection/id-31.html
MEAN Lab manuscript submitted to Journal of Materials Chemistry C: Materials for Optical, Magnetic and electronic devices was accepted!
New article published entitled “Dehydrogenation properties of ammonia borane–polyacrylamide nanofiber hydrogen storage composites.” in the Journal of Materials Science DOI: 10.1007/s10853-016-0724-8.
Prof. Wujcik and the #MEANLab will be moving to The University of Alabama (Tuscaloosa, AL, USA) Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, as of January 1, 2017. Thanks to everyone at Lamar University for all of their continued support! #RollTide
Prof. Wujcik will be guest editing a special issue of the Journal of Nanomaterials focused on: "Carbon-Based Nanomaterials as Novel Nanosensors." Find the call below.
MEAN Lab researcher Adarsh publishes his work "POLYPROPYLENE NANOCOMPOSITES REINFORCED WITH LOW WEIGHT PERCENT GRAPHENE NANOPLATELETS" in the Journal of Composites B: Engineering [#1 Composite Materials by Google Scholar Metrics]!
Prof. Wujcik gives and invited talk at the University of Alabama Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering.
Prof. Wujcik gives an invited talk at Mississippi State University David C. Swalm School of Chemical Engineering.
Lamar University MEAN Lab cover image in WIRES: NanoMedicine and Nanobiotechnology entitled "Coaxial electrospun fibers: applications in drug delivery and tissue engineering"
Prof. Wujcik gives an invited talk in the Texas A&M University Artie McFerrin Department of Chemical Engineering (College Station, TX USA)
Prof. Wujcik attends the AIChE/SAChE/CCPS-Dow Chemical Company Faculty Process Safety Bootcamp in Freeport, TX USA!
Thanks to Dan Crowl (Prof. Emeritus at Michigan Tech) for his guidance, our hosts at Dow Freeport/Lake Jackson, and