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engineering graphic Crib mattresses emit potentially harmful chemicals, Cockrell School engineers find
Released April 2, 2014
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Andrea Dietrich Tests elucidate the odor properties of the contaminants affecting West Virginia residents
Released March 26, 2014
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Andrea Dietrich (left), and Amanda Sain Chemical spill activates Virginia Tech engineers in effort to determine long-term effects
Released March 10, 2014
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fertilizer being spread Screening wastewater biosolids for environmental contaminants
Released February 13, 2014
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engineering graphic Study: Electric drive vehicles have little impact on U.S. pollutant emissions
Released January 21, 2014
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image of the full patent map New patent mapping system helps find innovation pathways
Released January 14, 2014
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Photo of stream running through a mountain forest. US Engineering Students Begin UK Collaborations for Clean Water
Updated October 24, 2013
Benjamin Colman working on a mesocosm Silver Nanoparticles May Adversely Affect Environment
Released February 27, 2013
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researchers on a boat Antibacterial Agent Used in Common Soaps Found in Increasing Amounts in Freshwater Lakes
Released January 22, 2013
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nanosheets are key of a new type of biosensor Sensor Detects Glucose in Saliva and Tears for Diabetes Testing
Released August 20, 2012
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diesel truck with sampling equipment attached Diesel Technologies Drastically Cut Emissions Under Real-world Conditions
Released April 16, 2012
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image of a river in Duluth, MN New Study Finds That Even the Cleanest Wastewater Contains 'Super bacteria'
Released November 14, 2011
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Vishal Shah Dowling College Researcher Finds that Nanoparticles Pose Danger to Arctic Ecosystem
Released April 8, 2011
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Algonquin Beaver Dam CCNY-led Interdisciplinary Team Recreates Colonial Hydrology
Released December 20, 2010
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Amy Pruden Virginia Tech Engineer Identifies New Concerns for Antibiotic Resistance, Pollution
Released December 8, 2010
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engineering graphic Research Links Recreational Pool Disinfectants to Health Problems
Released July 21, 2010
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a mobile fish lab Gender-bending Fish Problem in Colorado Creek Mitigated by Treatment Plant Upgrade
Released June 21, 2010
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Linsey Marr (right) and Peter Vikesland Engineers Explore Environmental Concerns of Nanotechnology
Released February 1, 2010
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researcher connecting a tube MIT Scientists Pinpoint Origin of Dissolved Arsenic in Bangladesh Drinking Water
Released November 15, 2009
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In a microbial electrolysis cell, bacteria break up fermented plant waste to form hydrogen Microbes Churn Out Hydrogen at Record Rate
Released November 12, 2007
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Researchers hold the polymer that is critical to their water filtration system. You Still Can't Drink the Water, But Now You Can Touch It
Released January 9, 2007
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