Research published by Nirupam Aich in Environmental Science: Nano, alongside co-authors Arvid Masud and Chi Zhou, has been featured in several news outlets. The researchers based at University at Buffalo, USA report a direct ink writing 3D printing technique and freeze-drying to make graphene-biopolymer aerogels for water treatment.
Read the full paper:
Emerging investigator series: 3D printed graphene-biopolymer aerogels for water contaminant removal: a proof of concept
Arvid Masud, Chi Zhou and Nirupam Aich*
Read more about their work here:
Finally, 3D-printed graphene aerogels for water treatment
New Graphene 3D Printing Technique Makes Feasible Water Filters