Total mentored projects: 7
Identifying free radical concentration in foods exposed to radiation can enable the consumer to limit their intake of cancer-causing foods.
The ability to detect and visually map magnetic field lines can be used to create education modules for students.
Accurately determining the quality of olive oil will help consumers to get the best product with the required vitamins for human health.
Building a portable LED-based fluorescence spectrometer will better analyze and investigate food quality and production.
Using fluorescence spectroscopy to study human skin can help make early diagnoses of skin cancer readily available to the public.
Detecting photo-luminescence presents the possibility of easy diagnosis of skin cancer as well as other similar diseases.
Developing a simple-to-use spectrometer can help reduce post-harvest losses of farm produce.