Apurba Banerjee, a doctoral candidate in the department of textiles, merchandising and interiors, placed third in the AATCC Herman and Myrtle Goldstein Student Paper Competition during the organization's International Conference in Wilmington, N.C., this month.
Earlier this year, Banerjee was awarded a $500 grant from the AATCC Foundation to fund a research project, "Integrated continuous electrospinning nano-core sheath yarn production using biodegradable polymers."
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