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    • Developing synthetic biology enabled whole cell biosensors 

      Saraylı, Side Selin Su (Bilkent University, 2017-12)
      Main causative agent for environmental pollution is human activities. Especially with accelerated industrial improvements, many inorganics such as heavy metals or hazardous organic toxic materials are released to the ...
    • Development of biointegrated electrospun nanofibers for environmental applications 

      Sarıoğlu, Ömer Faruk (Bilkent University, 2016-09)
      Electrospinning is an easy and economical production technique to produce nanofiber/nanofibrous webs from different polymers, polymer mixtures, inorganic materials, supramolecular structures and composite materials. These ...
    • İzmir'de karanlık bir gece 

      İnalcı, Aslınur; Akpınar, Naci; Gürler, Gürkan; Seyis, Ege; Demir, Çağatay (Bilkent University, 2018)
      Bu araştırmada 1990 yılında İzmir’de Norveçli black metal grubu “Mayhem” ile Türk heavy metal gruplarından Hazy Hill’in verdiği konser incelendi. Konserin organize ediliş hikayesi, konserde yaşananlar ve konserin bıraktığı ...
    • Pentagram as a candidate of national patrimony 

      Pelvanoğlu, E. (2007)
      The Pentagram which is commonly known as one of the best heavy metal bands of Turkey made an authentic style with their third album Anatolia. After this album, the band realized Unspoken (2001) and Bir (2002) and firm its ...
    • Phytoremediation of multiply metal-contaminated environments: synergistic and competitive effects between heavy metals during uptake and transport 

      Üçüncü, E.; Özkan, A. D.; Ölmez, T. T.; Tunca E. (Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 2014)
      Phytoremediation is a promising alternative to conventional metal treatment methods; however, most phytoremediation studies separately consider the removal of each individual metal, which may not fully reflect the situation ...