It's the start of day three here in Delft. I am seated at the ground floor of the UNESCO-IHE building surrounded by fellow USF-ers. We are all silently typing away on our laptops, catching up on emails, blogging, and working on our literature review for our experiments. I have a stack of papers to read thanks to my mentor here at Delft, Denys Villa-Gomez.
Denys is a PhD student working with Dr. Piet Len's Environmental Biotechnology Research Group. Her research topic is removing heavy metals from wastewater using a sulfate-reducing inverse fluidized bed bioreactor. Words can't describe how excited I am to be working on this project! I start working in the lab this afternoon and will be spending most of the morning and early afternoon working on my literature review.
Hope this blog finds you well!