Byron Brehm-Stecher loaned FlowCam 8000 instrument for research with Jared Anderson on magnetic ionic liquids:

August 26, 2020

Byron Brehm-Stecher, associate professor in food science and human nutrition, was awarded a loan of a FlowCam 8000 flow imaging microscope from Yokogawa Fluid Imaging Technologies. The FlowCam 8000 will be used in his research with Jared Anderson, professor in chemistry. Their work aims to determine the molecular mechanisms behind capture of bacteria by magnetic ionic liquids. Funding for travel to present results of this work at a professional meeting will also be provided. 

Contact Details:

Name: Byron Brehm-Stecher
Phone: 515-360-4210
Department: food science and human nutrition