Want to get involved with NIH-funded research looking at the impact of environmental contamination on human health?

The PROTECT Center is looking for research assistants from now until the end of September to assist with research tasks (e.g. developing electrochemical remediation technologies, preparing and editing scientific manuscripts).  Pay rate of $15/hour (note, funding available is specifically to support women undergraduates).

Interested students should send an email with resume and/or other background credentials to Ljiljana Rajic, PROTECT Associate Research Scientist, l.rajic@neu.edu.

PROTECT Project 5 Trainees Present at SWIM 2015

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From left to right: Roya Nazari, Noushin Fallahpour, Shirin Hojabri and Ljiljana Rajic

On May 20th 2015, PROTECT trainees Shirin Hojabri, Roya Nazari, Noushin Fallahpour and Dr. Ljiljana Rajic attended the Symposium on Water Innovation in Massachusetts (SWIM), held at Northeastern University. SWIM, organized by the New England Water Innovation Network (NEWIN) and Northeastern University, brought together international water experts and leaders to learn about advances in water technology and discuss advances expected in the coming years. Trainees presented and discussed the innovative groundwater remediation technology developed by Project 5.

More news about PROTECT at SWIM here.

Rajic at MIT Water Night

WP_20150305_16_39_20_ProOn Thursday, March 5th, Associate Research Scientist Lily Rajic presented recent accomplishments on groundwater contamination and solar powered remediation at MIT Water Night. MIT Water Night is a flagship research showcase organized by MIT water club where scientists and research groups present their latest achievements and research on water-related fields. More than 50 participants from MIT, Tufts and Northeastern attended the event to discuss their research and establish new collaborations in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.