In the News: Artificial intelligence sheds light on membrane performance

Check out the news piece on our new article discussing the potential of artificial intelligence for the prediction of membrane performance in organic media. The research results will fast track the industrial implementation of organic solvent nanofiltration membranes. The article was selected by the Editors-in-Chief of Journal of Membrane Science as the Editor’s Choice Article, which highlights the most impactful work published in JMS. You can also read this highlight in Chinese.

Featured Content: Front cover for Environmental Science: Nano

Check out our new article on hierarchically porous electrospun nanofibrous mats produced from intrinsically microporous fluorinated polyimide for the removal of oils and non-polar solvents featured on the front cover of the Environmental Science: Nano journal by RSC.

The research was also featured under “New spin brings rapid rescue from oil spills” including a video in KAUST Discovery Magazine, and the research outcomes have been highlighted across several media in Chinese, Spanish, French and Italian languages, and were published in various countries from New Zealand through Colombia to the United Kingdom.

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For the illustration the credit goes to Xavier Pita scientific illustrator at KAUST.

Featured Content: Congratulations to Levente and Peter for their recent poster award at NAMS!

Congratulations to Levente Cseri and Peter Kisszekelyi for their recent poster awards at NAMS 2020 – Engineering Membrane Materials, Processes and Applications, 18-21 May 2020. Levente presented his work on graphene oxide nanocomposite anion exchange membranes for improved electrodialysis, and won the 3rd prize for his poster at the Materials session. His article on this topic was also featured on the front cover of JMCA. Peter presented his work on cinchona-decorated cyclodextrin organocatalyst for asymmetric synthesis in a continuous-flow membrane reactor, which he published in the Journal of Catalysis. He won the 2nd prize for his poster at the Processes session.

Levente poster award

Peter poster award

Featured Content: Front cover for ACS-SCE

Check out our new article on process intensification via continuous and simultaneous isolation of antioxidants as an upcycling approach for olive leaf waste featured on the front cover of the ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering journal by ACS. The work was done in collaboration with Prof Drioli from ITM-CNR, and Dr Fonte from Manchester.

 

ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering

For the illustration the credit goes to Xavier Pita scientific illustrator at KAUST.