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Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
J Day
Dr Elizabeth Heidrich
Dr Toby Wood
A scalable model of fluid flow, substrate removal and current production in microbial fuel cells2021
Daniel Leicester
Dr Jaime Amezaga
Dr Elizabeth Heidrich
Is bioelectrochemical energy production from wastewater a reality? Identifying and standardising the progress made in scaling up microbial electrolysis cells2020
Daniel Leicester
Dr Jaime Amezaga
Dr Elizabeth Heidrich
Optimising the hydraulic retention time in a pilot-scale microbial electrolysis cell to achieve high volumetric treatment rates using concentrated domestic wastewater2020
Fei Zhao
Dr Elizabeth Heidrich
Professor Thomas Curtis
Dr Jan Dolfing
The effect of anode potential on current production from complex substrates in bioelectrochemical systems: a case study with glucose2020
Fei Zhao
Dr Elizabeth Heidrich
Professor Thomas Curtis
Dr Jan Dolfing
Understanding the complexity of wastewater: The combined impacts of carbohydrates and sulphate on the performance of bioelectrochemical systems2020
Dan Aiken
Professor Thomas Curtis
Dr Elizabeth Heidrich
Avenues to the financial viability of microbial electrolysis cells [MEC] for domestic wastewater treatment and hydrogen production2019
Ziye Dai
Dr Elizabeth Heidrich
Dr Jan Dolfing
Dr Adam Jarvis
Determination of the Relationship between the Energy Content of Municipal Wastewater and Its Chemical Oxygen Demand2019
Dr Elizabeth Heidrich
Editorial: Microbial Electrochemical Technologies for Renewable Energy Production From Waste Streams2019
Dr Matthew Wade
Dr Elizabeth Heidrich
Incorporating microbial community data with machine learning techniques to predict feed substrates in microbial fuel cells2019
Dr Elizabeth Heidrich
Dr Jan Dolfing
Dr Matthew Wade
Professor William Sloan
Professor Thomas Curtis
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Temperature, inocula and substrate: Contrasting electroactive consortia, diversity and performance in microbial fuel cells2018
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