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UNC Superfund Research Program News

UNC SRP Trainee highlighted for multidisciplinary expertise

  Royster Fellow, SRP trainee, and doctoral student Riley Vickers is bringing his expertise to a multidisciplinary team developing new water purification filters. His dissertation aims to improve synthetic membranes for water treatment using molecular-scale modeling. Click here to read full article

Where water filters meet computer modeling: Developing molecular simulations to improve in-home filtration systems

UNC SRP’s Project 5 is focused on identifying ways membrane systems can be better designed and implemented to improve arsenic removal and disposal methods. “Clarifying the fundamental mechanisms required for a membrane to separate arsenic from water is integral to designing new membranes that improve membrane treatment outcomes,” according to Orlando Coronell, PhD, Project 5... Read more »