We’re going to Space !!

NSF and CASIS funded our new Germicidal Ultraviolet Light Biofilm Inhibition (GULBI) project with a team from ASU (Westerhoff, Nickerson, Barrila, Perreault), Texas State University (McLean) and BioServe. This project is supported through a joint […]

Want help writing your PhD NSF GFRP ?

We want to help you be successful in developing your ideas and personal statements. Our Environmental Engineering group will be offering an opportunity to have faculty and current PhD students with NSF GFRP help you […]

Juliana Levi wins first place

PhD student Juliana Levi wins first place in the Spring 2022 AZ Water’s student poster contest. Fantastic presentation, representation of NEWT research and a cash prize of $250.

NSF Research Experience for Undergraduates available

The Science and Technologies for Phosphorus Sustainability (STEPS) Center will support 15 students for ten weeks (May 31, 2022 – August 5, 2022) through a multi-institutional Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program. Students will work on independent research […]

Seeking diverse and talented PhDs & Post-doc

I’m looking for 1 or 2 new PhD students to join my group in summer/fall 2022 to work on environmental chemistry analytics as applied to nanotechnology and/or organic phosphorus as part of multiple Centers my […]

NSF funds our new STC on sustainable phosphorus

Read more about our Center: https://steps-center.org/ Follow us: @STEPS_STC ASU experts address efficiency, sustainability of agricultural fertilizer Food production depends on phosphorus. It’s an essential nutrient for crops of every kind. And as commercial agriculture […]

Nature Communications paper highlighted by editor

Evanescent waves modulate energy efficiency of photocatalysis within TiO2 coated optical fibers illuminated using LEDs Coupling photocatalyst-coated optical fibers (P-OFs) with LEDs shows potential in environmental applications. Here the authors report a strategy to maximize P-OF […]