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NoSTRES group at Water Quality Technology Conference in New Orleans, Louisiana

Nano Science and Technology Research for Environmental Sustainability (NoSTRES) group led by Dr. John Bang in EEGS presented its study at the Water Quality Technology Conference (WQTC) held in New Orleans, Louisiana on November 19, 2014.  The theme of the conference at WQTC was sharing recent advancement in the field of...
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Summer 2014 Lab Rotation at NEWRI, NTU- Shawn S. Muslim

During summer 2014, I had an opportunity to receive training at Dr. Teik Thye Lim’s Nanyang Environment and Water Research Institute (NEWRI) at Nanyang Technical University (NTU) as U.S. NSF-PIRE graduate fellow student.  International research collaboration between Dr. John Bang’s group in the department of...
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2014 NC ArcGIS User Group Fall Conference

Gene Squires, second year MS Earth Science graduate student was one of the presenters during the 2014 NC ArcGIS Users Group Fall Conference (September 3-5, 2014, Carolina Beach, NC).  His talk titled "Best Practices for Managing Geospatial Data at Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs)" focused on field...
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EEGS Students Share Research with Toure`

EEGS Seniors Ricoya Dozier and Rebekah Mixon share their breast cancer research with BET Contributor Toure`
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DEEGS Senior Accepted to Prestigious Training Program

DEEGS student Ryan Bethea was recently accepted to the Oyster Aquaculture Training Program (OAT) run through the Virginia Institute of Marine Science at William and Mary University.   The Aquaculture Genetics and Breeding Technology Center (ABC) at the Virginia Institute of Marine Science established the Oyster...
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DEEGS Professors Present at the Duke Center for Health Informatics

On March 5th, 2014, DEEGS Assistant Professors Tim Mulrooney and Garrett Love presented on how GIS can be used in the health professions at the weekly Duke Center for Health Informatics Seminar Series.  The series is a weekly talk sponsored by Duke and supported by a number of UNC-system schools.  They discussed...
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