Shawn McCarthy from the Globe and Mail visited the Grand River with our team in early November to talk about our research and its implications for the local watershed as well as Great Lakes. The article in the newspaper highlighted the improvements in the river resulting from the investments made in wastewater treatment by the local communities.
Our recent paper (Xu Zhang, Mark R. Servos, and Juewen Liu, Surface Science of DNA Adsorption onto Citrate-Capped Gold Nanoparticles. Langmuir 2012. 28 (8), 3896-3902. doi: 10.1021/la205036p) was selected as one of the most important Langmuir articles published over its history; “seminal advances that the Langmuir editors consider to have had the most influence in the community of surface science and colloid science that the journal was founded to serve”.