Congrats to 2018 Graduates!

Congratulations to two of our recent graduates Karel Kletetschka (M.S) and Rui Serra Maia (Ph.D). Rui (pictured above) will go on to a post-doctoral position at U Penn! Karel (below) ...

Graduate Research at GSRS 2018

The 23rd Graduate Student Research Symposium (GSRS) included talks by 42 graduate students including EnviroNano’s own Rui Serra Maia, Karel Kletetschka, Aly Hoeher, Allie Nagurney and McNeill Bauer.  Rui gave …

Dr. Michel Awarded NSF $560,000 CAREER Grant

Dr. Marc Michel was recently awarded the 5-year National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Grant of $560,000. The project focuses on the study of nano-sized aluminosilicates, some of ...

Marc Michel named Luther and Alice Hamlett Junior Faculty Fellow

The Luther and Alice Hamlett Junior Faculty Fellowship was founded in the College of Science by Luther J. and Alice Hamlett to support particularly innovative and novel scientific programs. Recipients ...

3D printed mixed flow reactor for geochemical rate measurements

Using 3D printing technology, we are developing mixed flow reactors for geochemical rate measurements. This work has recently been published in the Journal of Applied Geochemistry.

NCSU Non-Ambient Diffraction Symposium

On November 8-10, the non-ambient diffraction symposium was held at North Carolina State University. The event, sponsored by Malvern Panalytical, was conducted by experts in the field of non-ambient diffraction and included a poster session.

University of Vermont Seminar

Marc visited the Department of Geology at the University of Vermont in September to meet with faculty and graduate students. His talk “Mineral Growth by Nanoparticle Aggregation: Recent Developments from Real-Time Experiments” included results from recent work on schwertmannite and on using 3D printing to make reactors for geochemical research. Thank you to his hosts, Nico and Julia Perdrial!

NanoCamp 2017

The VT Environmental Nanoscience Group is proud to be part of the annual College of Science NanoCamp at Virginia Tech. This 3 day, 2 night camp held on Virginia Tech's ...

2017 NanoEarth Summer School

On June 28th & 29th, NanoEarth at Virginia Tech hosted a summer school. JEOL, PANalytical, and System in Frontier specialists were on hand to demonstrate transmission electron microscopy (TEM), X-ray Diffraction (XRD), and ...

Graduate Research at 2016 GSRS!

The 31st Graduate Student Research Symposium (GSRS) included talks by 38 graduate students including EnviroNano's own Rui Serra Maia (pictured) and Aly Hoeher. Rui, chair of the 2016 GSRS event, ...

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