Lucy Camacho (Ph D 2000) receives NSF funding as member of Texas A&M Kingston faculty

Lucy M. Camacho (Ph D 2000), Assistant Professor in the Department of Environmental Engineering at Texas A&M University at Kingston has been awarded a National Science Foundation grant of $70,000 to perform a study entitled, “EAGER-SUSCHEM: Rare Earth Metals Recovery from Geothermal Waters using Novel Electrodialysis Metathesis Process.”

Dr. Camacho is in her third year as a tenure-track member of the A&M faculty.  She previously was awarded $220K from NSF for the acquisition of a Liquid Chromatograph-Inductively-Coupled Plasma-Mass Spectroscopic Instrument (LC-ICP-MS) for Speciation of Metal Ions in the Environment. 

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