Monthly Archives: February 2016

Souvik Ghosh Interview

Souvik Ghosh, our Scientist of the Week, spends countless hours in the Sankaran Laboratory (http://microplasma.case.edu) at Case Western Reserve University. He is very creative and innovative. I have often observed him construct electrodes and components of research equipment using low-cost materials that are available in the lab. He works long hours and it is more than obvious that he enjoys… Read more →

Souvik Ghosh is our new Scientist of the Week!

Working with undergraduate and graduate students is something I have always enjoyed throughout my career. Some of them really stick out due to their hard work, scientific knowledge, creativity and personality. Souvik Ghosh definitely possesses all of the previously mentioned characteristics. I am happy to feature him as our new Scientist of the Week!  He provided a very exciting interview… Read more →

Brendan Niemira Interview

     When I visited Dr. Niemira’s laboratory, I was impressed with the plethora of plasma equipment that he is using. All kinds of atmospheric plasma-based systems were present to accommodate both small and large area decontamination of food products. While some of the equipment was purchased, Brendan and his team have dedicated a lot of effort to design custom-built systems… Read more →

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