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PROTECT Investigators Improve Electrochemical Production of Hydrogen Peroxide for Groundwater Treatment

A recent study conducted by PROTECT’s Project 5 developed a cost-effective and simple approach to improving the electrochemical production of hydrogen peroxide (H2O2), which is crucial for the treatment of contaminated groundwater. The study, published by Electrochimica Acta, evaluated Rates of H2O2 electrogeneration by reduction Read More …

Former ROUTES Scholar, Gregor, Publishes with Project 5 of PROTECT

On September 7th, 2017, Karst Groundwater Contamination and Public Health published a study by former ROUTES Scholar Savannah Gregor, former PROTECT Trainee Noushin Fallahpour, PROTECT Associate Research Scientist Ljiljana Rajic, and PROTECT Co-Director Akram Alshawabkeh on a pilot scale study of electrochemical remediation of contaminated groundwater. This publication, Read More …

Rovira, Former ROUTES Scholar, Discusses PROTECT/CRECE Co-Op Experience in News@Northeastern

On December 12th, 2017, News@Northeastern featured the article “Co-op in Puerto Rico Expands Student’s Interest in Environmental Health,” which detailed the ROUTES experience of former scholar Alejandro Rovira, who worked with PROTECT and CRECE  throughout his co-op. The story highlights Alejandro’s explorative environmental health journey to Puerto Rico Read More …