New Paper on PFAS Precursor Biotransformations

Happy to share the results of a great collaboration led by postdoc Youn Jeong Choi from the Colorado School of Mines (and currently at Perdue University) along with colleagues Chris Higgins, Chris Oliveras, and Jinxia Liu – in this work we report on the known pathways by which PFAS derived from aqueous film-forming foams (AFFFs) are biotransformed in the subsurface environment.

Use this link for FREE open access to the article until April 7, 2022!

 

M.S. Defense

Ri successfully defended her M.S. thesis titled, “Exploring the factors that determine the adsorption of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances on conventional adsorbents and novel cyclodextrin polymers with different surface properties.”

Congratulations, Ri!!!