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Removing microplastics and nanoplastics from aquatic environments

Studies have indicated that submicrometer microplastics can easily travel considerable distances in the environment
Chemical Engineering

MixAlco: Month-long process can transform biomass into acids to make gasoline, jet fuel or industrial products

New method can work with wastepaper, sewage, manure, food scraps and more

Arsenic contamination: Breast feeding may reduce exposure for infants in high-level areas, new study indicates

Research team publishes findings in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health

Toxic mix: A&M scientists take hybrid approach to analyzing hazardous chemicals with support from EPA

New method could improve decisions made during spills and clean-ups

Buried at sea: More accurate method to measure carbon in ocean sediment may improve forecasting of climate change

A global research team led by an A&M oceanographer publishes its findings in the journal Nature.

Mystery solved: New coatings can make electric power more efficient while lowering emissions and cutting costs

A&M team documents its results in two peer-reviewed journals

PhDs study pH levels that could threaten fragile ecosystem of 17 separate reefs and banks along the Texas Gulf Coast

Research receives funding from the Ocean Acidification Program of the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration
Mechanical Engineering

Drying wood: 3-step system could reduce energy use while lowering both operations costs and carbon pollution

Lessons could apply to food, textiles and other manufacturing, A&M engineering team says

New method can detect dust that travels 6,500-plus miles from the Sahara Desert to the southern United States each summer

Tracking annual plumes will provide essential data about climate, natural cycles and human health