June 27, 2014

Lowry and Stapleton, 2014 Highly Cited Researchers

CEINT's Greg Lowry and Heather Stapleton made the 2014 list of Highly Cited Researchers published by Thomson-Reuters.

June 24, 2014

2014 CEINT Internal Meeting, Huge Success

This year's meeting featured the a student section where CEINT students and post-docs participated in a series of events to foster networking and career development.

April 24, 2014

C60 aerosols are readily oxidized by atmospheric levels of ozone

Research published by recently-graduated CEINT PhD student, Andrea Tiwari, addresses a knowledge gap pertaining to the role the atmosphere will play in determining the environmental transport, fate, and effects of engineered nanoparticles.

April 24, 2014

Ronald Kent wins environmental chemistry award

Ronald Kent, a CEINT PhD candidate at Virginia Tech, has been selected as a winner of a 2014 C. Ellen Gonter award for his paper Controlled Evaluation of Silver Nanoparticle Sulfidation: Reaction Mechanism and Particle Stability.

April 11, 2014

Student conducts internationally collaborative research

John Stegemeier, a 3rd year PhD student at Carnegie Mellon, conducted internationally collaborative research in France investigating the uptake of Ag2S and Ag0 nanoparticles in the plants collected from CEINT mesocosms.

April 08, 2014

CEINT’s French Connection

Duke's Center for the Environmental Impact of NanoTechnology has had strong international ties since its inception that continue to provide opportunities to students and faculty alike.

March 26, 2014

Come join us for National NanoDays Events!

For the sixth year CEINT researchers are participating in NanoDays public educational events as part of a national nano-education initiative sponsored by the NISE Network- the largest network of research and educators in the US dedicated to fostering public awareness of nanoscale science/engineering.

February 20, 2014

CEINT's Alexis Carpenter visits the CEREGE

CEINT's Alexis Carpenter visited the CEREGE in Aix en Provence to use their instrumentation to study iron-based composite particles that are being developed in the lab at Duke University.

January 28, 2014

Enter the 2014 CEINT T-Shirt Design Competition

Attention CEINT students and post-docs: put your creative caps on and participate in the 2014 CEINT t-shirt design competition!Submission are being accepting now through March 31.

January 21, 2014

Toxicity and bioaccumulation of ceria nanoparticles

Study elucidates how nanomaterial surface coatings interact with natural organic matter to influence bioavailability and toxicity in soil invertebrates (Caenorhabditis elegans).

December 19, 2013

CEINT Student Steering Committee

CEINT is excited to announce the formation of a CEINT Student Steering Committee, a body appointed of post-docs and graduate students representing each of the Center's core institutions.

December 19, 2013

Lauren Barton Wins Graduate Student Award

Lauren Barton, a CEINT PhD candidate at Duke University has received the 2013 Jeffrey B. Taub Environmental Engineering Graduate Student Award.

December 18, 2013

Student wins Fellowship to Model Nanoparticle Fate

Amy Dale, a 3rd year graduate student at Carnegie Mellon, won a 2013-2014 Dowd-ICES Fellowship to develop a watershed-scale model of nanosilver fate and transport.

December 10, 2013

CEINT Student Wins Award, Kentucky Academy of Science

Daniel Starnes, 3rd year graduate student at University of Kentucky presented research at the 99th annual meeting of the Kentucky Academy of Sciences.

November 11, 2013

Grant to Further Study Nanotechnology’s Environmental Impact

How are nanomaterials affecting the environment—and us? With a new grant renewal, CEINT researchers seek answers. The nanomaterials revolution has made these exceedingly tiny engineered particles a hot commodity, used in products from clothing to sunscreen to electronics. But the very properties that make them so useful – vanishingly small size and high surface area – may have unintended consequences as they enter living organisms and the environment.