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research paper #1 - ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE

This study examined filtration effects of various aquatic plants and natural absorbents on canal water, and developed a multistage water filtration system. Experimental samples were collected from 3 different canals and placed for 30 days in 5 separate tanks that contained different plant species.

Journal of Environmental Geochemistry and Health (SCIE* Impact Factor 2.994)


research paper #2 - Biochemistry/ Molecular biology

This study examined effective ways to detect bovine spongiform encephalopathy in humans using graphene oxide and oxalyldiimidazole chemiluminescence detection method.

International Journal of Chemical Sciences (SCIE* Impact Factor 1.445)


research paper #3 - biotechnology

In this study, the effects of phytotoxin treatment on the growth of bioactive compounds in whole plant cultures of Lemna were investigated using multivariate statistical analysis. 

PLOS One (SCIE* Impact Factor 2.766)


research paper #4 - Agricultural science/ biotechnology

In this study, cyanobacteria was treated by titanium nanoparticle during the cultivation. The treatment enhanced the productivity of photosynthesis related protein of cyanobacteria.

Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry (SCIE* Impact Factor 3.154)


research paper #5 - ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE

WHO reports that household air pollution is responsible for 3.8 million deaths and 7.7% of global mortality every year. This paper discovered a new method to improve air purifying ability of indoor plants.

Water, Air, & Soil Pollution (SCIE* Impact Factor 1.774)


Review paper #6 -Biotechnology/Microbial biology

Blue-green algae are oxygenic photosynthetic microorganisms producing valuable co-products. This paper highlighted blue green algae’s potential applications in a wide array of fields, such as bioenergy, medicine, and biotechnology, as well as their future perspectives towards sustainability.

Marine Drugs-MDPI (SCIE* Impact Factor 4.570)


Review paper #7 - Biochemistry/Agricultural biotechnology

In recent decade, many researchers have paid great attention to the bioactive compounds in truffles and their potential in medicinal applications. This paper examined the aromatic, nutritional, and medicinal benefits of truffles as well as their biochemical composition.

Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine (SCIE* Impact Factor 2.064)