Tag Archive for Plasma Medicine

Jan Benedikt’s Interview to The Science and Engineering Cafe’

Read the much anticipated interview of our new Scientist of the Week, Dr. Jan Benedikt. Jan talks about his new position, describes his latest research and the recent ISPC conference. Jan also offers a few tips on how to motivate new scientists by showing them the “big picture”. I hope you enjoy the interview as much as I did!  … Read more →

Jan Benedikt- Scientist of the Week

Hello followers of the Science and Engineering Cafe, hope your summer is going well.   As we approach the new academic year, it’s time once again to feature well known and accomplished members of the plasma community.   I am pleased to present our first Scientist of the Week, Professor Jan Benedikt from Christian-Abrechts University in Kiel, Germany. I have… Read more →

Ph.D. positions in the field of Plasma Science

    PhD. opportunities in plasmas with liquids, biomedical, and agriculture plasma applications: 1) Investigation of plasma-liquid interactions in aerosols and bulk liquids by advanced optical/electrical diagnostics and related properties of the plasma activated water 2) Direct vs. indirect effects of cold plasmas and plasma activated water on microorganisms and eukaryotic cells 3) Investigation of the effects of reactive plasma… Read more →

Terry Freeman’s Interview to the Science and Engineering Cafe

As promised, here’s Prof. Terry Freeman’s interview to The Science and Engineering Café. I really liked her responses to my questions, she gives us some honest and personal answers. Her successful career is an inspiration to all of us, especially young women working in the STEM field. Thank you Terry for the interview and for following your mentor’s steps in… Read more →

Dr. Theresa Freeman is our new Scientist of the Week!

Have you ever been stuck wearing a cast because you broke your arm or leg? I bet you wished for a speedy recovery, as casts can be very uncomfortable! Plasma to the rescue! Studies show how plasma might be able to solve this problem by promoting cell growth and improving bone formation (https://ryortho.com/breaking/cold-plasma-leads-to-increased-bone-formation/). Our new Scientist of the week, Dr. Theresa Freeman has performed extensive research in the field… Read more →

Cristina Canal’s Interview to The Science and Engineering Cafe

Happy New Year! I wish you all a very happy, healthy year with lots of breakthroughs in the field of Plasma Science. Plasmas have been studied for over a century and have been successfully applied for the development of nanomaterials and thin coatings, inactivation of harmful bacteria, etching of materials, just to name a few. Dr. Cristina Canal, our featured… Read more →

Peter Bruggeman Interview

What are the benefits of publishing your work in peer-reviewed journals? Does a world renowned professor spend time in the lab running experiments? Our featured Scientist of the week, Dr. Peter Bruggeman answers these questions and talks about his work and publications. Enjoy his interview to The Science and Engineering Café.   Daphne Pappas Dr. Peter Bruggeman’s Interview 1) What… Read more →

Natalie Chernets Interview

It is so important to hear from young professionals! Dr. Natalie Chernets, our Scientist of the Week, confirms this with an amazing interview she provided to The Science and Engineering Cafe. She talks about the current status and future of Plasma Medicine, the Gordon Research Conference and some of the challenges that international students face.  I have nothing else to… Read more →

Dr. Natalie Chernets is our new Scientist of the Week

Happy Autumn to all of you! It has been a busy summer for me and for our new Scientist of the Week, Dr. Natalie Chernets. Among other things, Natalie co-chaired the Gordon Research Seminar on Plasma Processing Science and gave a talk on “Deciphering plasma/tissue interactions to develop appropriate medical treatments” at the 6th International Conference on Plasma Medicine that… Read more →

Sylvain Coulombe Interview

Our featured Scientist of the Week, Dr. Sylvain Coulombe (http://ppl.research.mcgill.ca/people/coulombe/) has dedicated his entire career in studying plasmas and exploring potential applications. He is also chairing the 23rd International Symposium on Plasma Chemistry that will take place in July 2017 in beautiful Montreal, Canada. For more information visit: http://ispc23.conference.mcgill.ca I am a big supporter of this conference, as I have… Read more →

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