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Benjamin S. Hsiao Research Group

Benjamin S. Hsiao Research Group – Developing nanofiber technology

The Benjamin S. Hsiao Research Group researches and develops nanofiber technology for health, environmental, and energy applications.
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Nanomaterials in the healthcare sector: The navigation paradox applied to healthcare

Cecilia Van Cauwenberghe from Frost & Sullivan shares her expertise on nanomaterials in today’s healthcare sector, including therapeutic precision versus nanotoxicology risk.
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Biobased electrospun nanofibers for recovery of precious metals from e-waste liquid streams

Waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) also known as “e-waste” is actually one of the fastest growing waste streams all around the world. This is mainly due to increased consumer demand which is strongly correlated with economic growth especially in Asia but also in emerging countries. This increase in e-waste...
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A new bio-based sorbent for water and wastewater treatment applications

Water is essential to life and there is no substitute to it. It is one of the most important natural resources on Earth contributing in many aspects of our lives, namely economy, ecosystems, and personal welfare. In our modern societies, water is essential to many industries and to agriculture....

An innovative technology for industrial wastewater reuse

Water is one of the most important natural resources on Earth. It is not only fundamental to life but also essential to the wealth of countries contributing to all aspects of personal welfare and economic life. However, global drivers such as climate change, population growth and improving living standards...

An innovative technology for industrial wastewater reuse

Water is one of the most important natural resources on Earth. It is not only fundamental to life but also essential to the wealth of countries contributing to all aspects of personal welfare and economic life. However, global drivers such as climate change, population growth and improving living standards increase...

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