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NSF Science Now
March 2017

Our recent paper was discussed on this week's Episode of NSF Science Now!
 
Direct link to our part of the story here.

Cornell Daily Sun
February 2017

Our work on micropollutants in upstate New York was featured in the Cornell Daily Sun

Cornell Chronicle
January 2017

Our recent work on micropollutants in New York waterways that was published in Environemntal Science: Water Research and Technology was covered by the Cornell Chronicle!

Emerging Investigators Series
December 2016

Our recent manuscript will be featured as part of the Emerging Investigators Series of the journal Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology!
 
Read the corresponding interview here.

Thesis Defense
November 2016

Corey Carpenter successfully defended his M.S. thesis! Congratulations Corey!

Teaching Award
November 2016

Damian was recognized by the College of Engineering with the 2015-2016 James and Mary Tien Excellence in Teaching Award! 

ES&T Reviewer Award
November 2016

Damian was recognized by the Editors of Environmental Science and Technology with their annual Excellence in Review Award!

ACSF Annual Meeting
October 2016

Damian and Marika participated in the Atkinson Center for a Sustainable Future's Trustee Council Annual Meeting. The event included a 50 second poster pitch and presentation competition. Our project titled, "Effects-directed analysis to identify toxic constituents in hydraulic fracturing wastewaters" was awarded second prize! 

Cayuga Lake tour
September 2016

Damian and his colleagues at the Ithaca Area Wastewater Treatment Facility and Ithaca College teamed up with the Floating Classroom to host an emerging contaminants cruise on Cayuga Lake. There was plenty of beautiful scenery and excellent participation from the community!

ACS Conference - Philadelphia
August 2016

Corey and Marika travelled to Philadelphia to participate in the 252nd National Meeting of the American Chemcial Society. Corey presented the paper, "Removal of micropollutants in biofilters: hydrodynamic effects on biotransformation rates" and Marika presented the paper, "Non-target screening for polar to semi-polar organic compounds in hydraulic fracturing fluids."
Word is - they had a lot of fun!

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