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Spring 2011 Semester is here!

Classes have been going (with a slight and rare snow delay) since January 10 at UGA. The Jambeck Research Group is off to an exciting start to the semester. We are working on kicking off the SEA-MDI project further with … Continue reading

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Tiny Creatures, Big Plans (from Waste Age Magazine)

An article on my EREF funded microbial fuel cell research is in the current (May 2010) issue of Waste Age Magazine. Click here to read it >>> Share it.

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Environmental Research and Education Foundation (EREF) Reports Posted

The two projects I had funded by EREF (while I was still at the University of New Hampshire) have been posted to their new, great looking, website. Microbial Fuel Cells in Landfill Applications>> Modeling of Hydrogen Sulfide Generation from Landfills Beneficially … Continue reading

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Presentation at Barrow Elementary

So I did present at Barrow Elementary on Feb. 26. I spoke for about 20 min. about microbial fuel cells and using leachate as a substrate. Then, we had about 40 min. of question and answer time. I got some … Continue reading

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