Applications of spectroscopy techniques in environmental chemistry; phytoremediation; novel methods for the bioproduction of nanoparticles; development of analytical methods to detect nanomaterials and to track the fate of nanoparticles in the environment; and applications of nanotechnology to clean water among others
Elucidating the role that nanoscience and mineral surface geochemistry plays in major aspects of the earth sciences, including especially environmental issues and biogeochemical cycling of the elements; mineral-microbe interactions from both geochemical and biochemical perspectives
Medical microbiology, RNA replication, DNA/RNA sequencing. Kyle is the director of the Genomic Analysis Core Facility of BBRC.
Water quality modeling, watershed management, remote sensing
Modern and ancient deserts and their interactions with surface/ground water as well as the changing climate. In Rip's opinion, the El Paso region provides a unique natural laboratory to solve these problems.
Environmental isotope research, hydrogeology, and paleohydrology
Nanoscale materials characterization using analytical transmission electron microscopy (TEM) and scanning transmission electron microscopy (STEM) techniques. Mitsu is also an expert in electron energy loss spectroscopy and STEM- tomography techniques
Geomicrobiology, microbial diversity and microbially mediated mineralization in caves (Photo courtesy: Kenneth Ingham)
Origin‚ behavior and ecological risk of nanoparticles in the Yangzte River Delta and in urban environments
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