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John M. Pisciotta

John is a research scientist at West Chester University in the Department of Biology. Current laboratory research projects include: Infectious disease research, Renewable energy, Bioremediation and basic studies into Microbial Physiology. Methods used include Gas Chromatography, spectrophotometry, chronoamperometry, molecular and cell cultures based methods.

Marine Microbe Enables Electrically-Mediated Reduction Of CO2

The combustion of fossil fuels by humans contributes to the elevated concentration of atmospheric carbon dioxide, facilitating climate change. In 2017, the transportation sector released around 1.9 billion tons of carbon dioxide, supplanting electricity generation as the nation’s foremost source […]