Tunable Nanoporous Materials Research Featured in Live Science

Work by NMG alumni Volker Presser and Sun-Hwa Yeon is featured in Live Science: Nanoporous Carbon Materials Raise Chances of Surviving Sepsis. The researchers discuss their work on mesoporous carbons derived from silicon carbide-based ceramics for ultimate use in filtering cytokines from the blood to treat sepsis. The work was first published as the cover article in the November 2012 issue of Advanced Healthcare Materials.

CREDIT: Dr. V. Presser, INM Leibniz Institute for New Materials, and Uwe Bellhäuser
CREDIT: Dr. V. Presser, INM Leibniz Institute for New Materials, and Uwe Bellhäuser
Tunable Nanoporous Materials Research Featured in Live Science
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