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Dr. Xuejun Zhu was awarded a Welch Foundation grant to help uncover and characterize certain enzymes that can decrease the effectiveness of pharmaceuticals. This could help medical professionals prescribe medications based on an individual’s gut characteristics.

Researchers from Texas A&M University used electrochemical processes to convert petroleum coke, a byproduct of refining crude oil, into graphene. These studies offer the potential for a sustainable use of petroleum coke in the production of graphene.

Dr. Stratos Pistikopoulos recently received the 2022 Distinguished Achievement Award for his research efforts. Pistikopoulos was presented the award for his significant impact at the Texas A&M Energy Institute and his extensive work with doctoral and post-doctoral students.

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