Featured Content: Plenary talk at SKAM34

Join us at the 34th International Conference of Analytical Sciences, 6-8 September 2022 at Kuala Terengganu, Malaysia. It is my pleasure to deliver the plenary talk on ‘From Green Materials to Sustainable Membrane Separation Processes’, which will cover our latest research on membrane science and technology addressing some of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals.

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Featured Content: Congratulations to Diana for her fellowship!

Congratulations to Diana Gulyas Oldal for her fellowship award! Diana has been awarded the highly competitive KAUST Discovery Doctoral Fellowship to pursue her PhD studies in chemical engineering. Diana is among a few outstanding students who have won the fellowship and who have successfully passed a rigorous selection process involving international peer review. She will be working on the development of entirely green and biodegradable nanofibrous membranes for oil/water separation. Well done, Diana!

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Featured Content: Front cover for GS

Are you interested in continuous downstream processes, algal biotechnology, and sustainability? Check out our new article on the continuous extraction and concentration of secreted metabolites from engineered microbes using membrane technology. The article was selected for the front cover of Green Chemistry. Congratulations to Gergo and Aron from the group, for putting this work together in a successful collaboration with the groups of Profs Kyle from Pascal. Read the story behind the research in KAUST Discovery magazine.

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Image credit: Ana Bigio @KAUST

Featured Content: Talk at AMS13

Join us at the 13th Conference of the Aseanian Membrane Society (AMS13) hosted by NTU in Singapore during 4–6 July 2022. Mahmoud will talk about our iPEEK series (1, 2, 3), while Gyorgy’s the talk on ‘Sustainable membranes for organic solvent and oil nanofiltration’ will summarize our recent research on the development of biomass utilization for the fabrication of organic solvent nanofiltration (OSN) membranes (3, 4, 5).

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