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Bioelectrochemical systems rely on interaction between microbes and solid electron acceptors/donors, including microbial fuel cells and microbial electrolysis cells.


139. Jain, A. and He, Z.* (2018) "NEW" resource recovery from wastewater using bioelectrochemical systems: moving forwards with functions. Frontiers of Environmental Science and Engineering. Vol 12(4): 1. (Front Cover) [Link to Full Text]

138. Wu. S., Zou, S., Yang. Y., Qian. G. and He, Z.* (2018) Enhancing the performance of an osmotic microbial fuel cell through self-buffering with reverse-fluxed sodium bicarbonate. Chemical Engineering Journal. Vol 349, pp 241–248. [Link to Full Text]

137. Yang, Y., Yang, X. and He, Z.* (2018) Bioelectrochemically-assisted mitigation of salinity buildup and recovery of reverse-fluxed draw solute in an osmotic membrane bioreactor. Water Research. Vol 141, pp 259-267. [Link to Full Text]

136. Cecconet, D., Zou, S., Capodaglio, A.G. and He, Z.* (2018) Evaluation of energy consumption of treating nitrate-contaminated groundwater by bioelectrochemical systems. Science of the Total Environment. Vol 636, pp 881–890. [Link to Full Text]

135. Iskander, S., Novak, J.T. and He, Z.* (2018) Enhancing forward osmosis water recovery from landfill leachate by desalinating brine and recovering ammonia in a microbial desalination cell. Bioresource Technology. Vol 255, pp 76-82. [Link to Full Text]

134. Mohanakrishna, G., Abu-Reesh, I.M.,* Kondaveeti, S., Al-Raoush, R.I. and He, Z. (2018) Enhanced treatment of petroleum refinery wastewater by short-term applied voltage in a single chamber microbial fuel cell. Bioresource Technology. Vol 253, pp 16-21. [Link to Full Text]

133. Luo, S., Sampara, P.S.S. and He, Z.* (2018) Effective algal harvesting by using mesh membrane for enhanced energy recovery in an innovative integrated photobioelectrochemical system. Bioresource Technology. Vol 253, pp 33-40. [Link to Full Text]

132. Zou, S. and He, Z.* (2018) Efficiently "pumping Out" value-added resources from wastewater by bioelectrochemical systems: a review from energy perspectives. Water Research. Vol 131, pp 62-73. [Link to Full Text]

131. Qin, M., White, C., Zou, S. and He, Z.* (2018) Passive separation of recovered ammonia from catholyte for reduced energy consumption in microbial electrolysis cells. Chemical Engineering Journal. Vol 334, pp 2303–2307. [Link to Full Text]

130. Mohanakrishna, G., Abu-Reesh, I.M.,* Al-Raoush, R.I. and He, Z. (2018) Cylindrical graphite based microbial fuel cell for the treatment of industrial wastewaters and bioenergy generation. Bioresource Technology. Vol 247, pp 753-758. [Link to Full Text]

129. Iskander, S., Novak, J.T., Brazil, B., and He, Z.* (2017) Simultaneous energy generation and UV quenchers removal from landfill leachate using a microbial fuel cell. Environmental Science and Pollution Research. Vol 24, pp 26040–26048. [Link to Full Text]

128. Yuan, H., Sun, S., Abu-Reesh, I.M., Badgley, B.D.* and He, Z.* (2017) Unravelling and reconstructing the nexus of salinity, electricity and microbial ecology for bioelectrochemical desalination. Environmental Science & Technology. Vol 51, pp 12672–12682. [Link to Full Text]

127. Yang, Y., Qin, M., Yang, X.* and He, Z.* (2017) Sustainable operation of osmotic microbial fuel cells through effective reproduction of polyelectrolyte draw solutes facilitated by cathodic pH increase. Journal of Cleaner Production. Vol 168, pp 1143-1149. [Link to Full Text]

126. Luo, S., Jain, A., Aguilera, A. and He, Z.* (2017) Effective control of biohythane composition through operational strategies in an innovative microbial electrolysis cell. Applied Energy. Vol 206, pp 879–886. [Link to Full Text]

125. Qin, M., Liu, Y., Luo, S., Qiao, R.* and He, Z.* (2017) Integrated experimental and modeling evaluation of energy consumption for ammonia recovery in bioelectrochemical systems. Chemical Engineering Journal. Vol 327, pp 924-931. [Link to Full Text]

124. Yang, Y., Ren, H., Ben-Tzvi, P., Yang, X.* and He, Z.* (2017) Optimal interval of periodic polarity reversal under automated control for maximizing hydrogen production in microbial electrolysis cells. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy. Vol 42, pp 20260-20268. [Link to Full Text]

123. Qin, M. and He, Z.* (2017) Resource recovery by osmotic bioelectrochemical systems towards sustainable wastewater treatment. Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology. Vol 3, pp 583-592. (Front Cover) [Link to Full Text]

122. Yang, Y., Li, X., Yang, X. and He, Z.* (2017) Enhanced nitrogen removal by membrane-aerated nitritation-anammox in a bioelectrochemical system. Bioresource Technology. Vol 238, pp 22-29. [Link to Full Text]

121. Zou, S., Qin, M., Morean, Y. and He, Z.* (2017) Nutrient-energy-water recovery from synthetic sidestream centrate using a microbial electrolysis cell - forward osmosis hybrid system. Journal of Cleaner Production. Vol 154, pp 16-25. [Link to Full Text]

120. Yuan, H. and He, Z.* (2017) Platinum group metal - free catalysts for hydrogen evolution reaction in microbial electrolysis cells. The Chemical Record. Vol 17, pp 641-652. (Front Cover) [Link to Full Text]

119. Qin, M., Hynes, E.A., Abu-Reesh, I.M. and He, Z.* (2017) Ammonium removal from synthetic wastewater promoted by current generation and water flux in an osmotic microbial fuel cell. Journal of Cleaner Production. Vol 149, pp 856-862. [Link to Full Text]

118. He, Z.* (2017) Development of microbial fuel cells needs to go beyond "power density". ACS Energy Letters. Vol 2, pp 700-702. (Viewpoint) [Link to Full Text]

117. Sun, H., Luo, S., Jin. R.* and He, Z.* (2017) Ensemble engineering and statistical modeling for parameter calibration towards optimized design of microbial fuel cells. Journal of Power Sources. Vol 356, pp 288-298. [Link to Full Text]

116. Yang, Y., Qin, M., Yang, X. and He, Z.* (2017) Enhanced hydrogen production in microbial electrolysis cells by in situ hydrogen oxidation for self-buffering pH through periodic polarity reversal. Journal of Power Sources. Vol 347, pp 21-28. [Link to Full Text]

115. Luo, S., Wang, Z.W. and He, Z.* (2017) Mathematical modeling of the dynamic behavior of an integrated photo-bioelectrochemical system for simultaneous wastewater treatment and bioenergy recovery. Energy. Vol 124, pp 227-237. [Link to Full Text]

114. Luo, S., Berges, J.A., He, Z.* and Young, E.B.* (2017) Algal - microbial community collaboration for energy recovery and nutrient remediation from wastewater in integrated photo-bioelectrochemical systems. Algal Research. Vol 24, pp 527-539. [Link to Full Text]

113. Surajbhan, S., Abu-Reesh, I.M.,* Yuan, H. and He, Z. (2017) Bioelectricity generation from treatment of petroleum refinery wastewater with simultaneous seawater desalination in microbial desalination cells. Energy Conversion and Management. Vol 141, pp 101-107. [Link to Full Text]

112. Luo, S. and He, Z.* (2016) Ni-coated carbon fiber as an alternative cathode electrode material to improve cost efficiency of microbial fuel cells. Electrochimica Acta. Vol 222, pp 338-346. [Link to Full Text]

111. Zhao, L., Li, J., Battaglia, F.* and He, Z.* (2016) Computational investigation of the flow field contribution to improve electricity generation in granular activated carbon - assisted microbial fuel cells. Journal of Power Sources. Vol 333, pp 83-87. [Link to Full Text]

110. Qin, M., Abu-Reesh, I.M. and He, Z.* (2016) Effects of current generation and electrolyte pH on reverse salt flux across thin film composite membrane in osmotic microbial fuel cells. Water Research. Vol 105, pp 583-590. [Link to Full Text]

109. Ping, Q., Abu-Reesh, I.M. and He, Z.* (2016) Enhanced boron removal by electricity generation in a microbial fuel cell. Desalination. Vol 398, pp 165-170. [Link to Full Text]

108. Yuan, H., Miller, J.H., Abu-Reesh, I.M., Pruden, A. and He, Z.* (2016) Effects of electron acceptors on removal of antibiotic resistant Escherichia coli, resistance genes and class 1 integrons under anaerobic conditions. Science of the Total Environment. Vol 569-570, pp 1587-1594. [Link to Full Text]

107. Ping, Q., Abu-Reesh, I.M. and He, Z.* (2016) Mathematical modeling based evaluation and simulation of boron removal in bioelectrochemical systems. Science of the Total Environment. Vol 569-570, pp 1380-1389. [Link to Full Text]

106. Tse, H., Luo, S., Li, J. and He, Z.* (2016) Coupling microbial fuel cells with a membrane photobioreactor for wastewater treatment and bioenergy production. Bioprocess and Biosystems Engineering. Vol 39, pp 1703-1710. [Link to Full Text]

105. Li, J., Luo, S. and He, Z.* (2016) Cathodic fluidized granular activated carbon assisted-membrane bioelectrochemical reactor for wastewater treatment. Separation and Purification Technology. Vol 169, pp 241-246. [Link to Full Text]

104. Lu, Y., Abu-Reesh, I.M. and He, Z.* (2016) Treatment and desalination of domestic wastewater for water reuse in a four-chamber microbial desalination cell. Environmental Science and Pollution Research. Vol 23, pp 17236-17245. [Link to Full Text]

103. Yang, Y., Li, X., Yang, X. and He, Z.* (2016) Membrane aeration as an energy-efficient method for supplying oxygen to microbial fuel cells. RSC Advances. Vol 6, pp 49787-49791. [Link to Full Text]

102. Yuan, H., Hou, Y.,* Abu-Reesh, I.M., Chen, J.* and He, Z.* (2016) Oxygen reduction reaction catalysts in microbial fuel cells for energy-efficient wastewater treatment: a review. Materials Horizons. Vol 3, pp 382-401. (Inside Front Cover) [Link to Full Text] (open access)

101. Zhao, L., Li, J., Battaglia, F.* and He, Z.* (2016) Investigation of multiphysics in tubular microbial fuel cells by coupled computational fluid dynamics with multi-order Bulter-Volmer reactions. Chemical Engineering Journal. Vol 296, pp 377-385. [Link to Full Text]

100. Liu, Y., Qin, M., Luo, S., He, Z.* and Qiao, R.* (2016) Understanding ammonium transport in bioelectrochemical systems towards its recovery. Scientific Reports. 6: 22547. [Link to Full Text] (open access)

99. Ge, Z. and He, Z.* (2016) Long-term performance of a 200-L modularized microbial fuel cell system treating municipal wastewater: treatment, energy and cost. Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology. Vol 2, pp 274-281. (Inside Front Cover) [Link to Full Text] (open access)

98. Qin, M., Maza, W.A., Stratakes, B., Ahrenholtz, S.R., Morris, A.J.* and He, Z.* (2016) Nanoparticulate Ni(OH)2 films synthesized from macrocyclic nickel(III) cyclam for hydrogen production in microbial electrolysis cells. Journal of The Electrochemical Society. Vol 163, pp F437-F442. [Link to Full Text] (open access)

97. Luo, S., Sun, H., Ping, Q., Jin, R.* and He, Z.* (2016) A review of modeling bioelectrochemical systems: engineering and statistical aspects. Energies. 9: 111. [Link to Full Text] (open access)

96. Luo, S., Guo, W., Nealson, K.H., Feng, X.* and He, Z.* (2016) 13C pathway analysis for the role of formate in electricity generation by Shewanella Oneidensis MR-1 using lactate in microbial fuel cells. Scientific Reports. 6: 20941. [Link to Full Text] (open access)

95. Hou, Y., Yuan, H., Wen, Z., Cui, S.,Guo, X., He, Z.* and Chen, J.* (2016) Nitrogen-doped graphene/CoNi alloy encased within bamboo-like carbon nanotube hybrids as cathode catalysts in microbial fuel cells. Journal of Power Sources. Vol 307, pp 561-568. [Link to Full Text]

94. Yuan, H., Abu-Reesh, I.M. and He, Z.* (2016) Mathematical modeling assisted investigation of forward osmosis as pretreatment for microbial desalination cells to achieve continuous water desalination and wastewater treatment. Journal of Membrane Science. Vol 502, pp 116-123. [Link to Full Text]

93. Iskander, S., Brazil, B., Novak, J. and He, Z.* (2016) Resource recovery from landfill leachate using bioelectrochemical systems: opportunities, challenges, and perspectives. Bioresource Technology. Vol 201, pp 347-354. [Link to Full Text]

92. Li, J., Rosenberger, G. and He, Z.* (2016) Integrated experimental investigation and mathematical modeling of a membrane bioelectrochemical reactor with an external membrane module. Chemical Engineering Journal. Vol 287, pp 321-328. [Link to Full Text]

91. Li, J. and He, Z.* (2016) Development of a dynamic mathematical model for membrane bioelectrochemical reactors with different configurations. Environmental Science and Pollution Research. Vol 23, pp 3897-3906. [Link to Full Text]

90. Qin, M., Molitor, H., Brazil, B., Novak, J. and He, Z.* (2016) Recovery of nitrogen and water from landfill leachate by a microbial electrolysis cell - forward osmosis system. Bioresource Technology. Vol 200, pp 485-492. [Link to Full Text]

89. Ping, Q., Porat, O., Dosoretz, C.* and He, Z.* (2016) Bioelectricity inhibits back diffusion from the anolyte into the desalinated streams in microbial desalination cells. Water Research. Vol 88, pp 266-273. [Link to Full Text]

88. Sun, H., Luo, S., Jin. R.* and He, Z.* (2015) A multi-task lasso model for investigating multi-module design factors, operational factors and covariates in tubular microbial fuel cells. ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering. Vol 3, pp 3231-3238. [Link to Full Text]

87. Xiao, L., Young, E. B., Grothjan, J. J., Lyon, S., Zhang, H. and He, Z.* (2015) Wastewater treatment and microbial community in an integrated photo-bioelectrochemical system affected by different wastewater algal inocula. Algal Research. Vol 12, pp 446-454. [Link to Full Text]

86. Ping, Q., Abu-Reesh, I.M. and He, Z.* (2015) Boron removal from saline water by a microbial desalination cell integrated with Donnan dialysis. Desalination. Vol 376, pp 55-61. [Link to Full Text]

85. Yuan, H., Hou, Y., Wen, Z., Guo, X., Chen, J.* and He, Z.* (2015) Porous carbon nanosheets co-doped with nitrogen and sulfur for oxygen reduction reaction in microbial fuel cells. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces. Vol 7, pp 18672-18678. [Link to Full Text]

84. Yuan, H., Lu, Y., Abu-Reesh, I.M. and He, Z.* (2015) Bioelectrochemical production of hydrogen in an innovative pressure retarded osmosis - microbial electrolysis cell system: experiments and modeling. Biotechnology for Biofuels. 8: 116. [Link to Full Text] (open access)

83. Ge, Z., Wu, L., Zhang, F. and He, Z.* (2015) Energy extraction from a large-scale microbial fuel cell system treating municipal wastewater. Journal of Power Sources. Vol 297, pp 260-264. [Link to Full Text]

82. Li, X., Abu-Reesh, I.M. and He, Z.* (2015) Development of bioelectrochemical systems to promote sustainable agriculture. Agriculture. Vol 5, pp 367-388. [Link to Full Text] (open access)

81. Qin, M., Ping, Q., Lu, Y., Abu-Reesh, I.M. and He, Z.* (2015) Understanding electricity generation in osmotic microbial fuel cells through integrated experimental investigation and mathematical modeling. Bioresource Technology. Vol 195, pp 194-201.[Link to Full Text]

80. Surajbhan, S., Yuan, H., He, Z. and Abu-Reesh, I.M.* (2015) Microbial desalination cells as a versatile technology: functions, optimization and perspective. Desalination. Vol 371, pp 9-17. [Link to Full Text]

79. Li, J., Zhu, Y., Zhuang, L., Otsuka, Y., Nakamura, M., Goodell, B.,* Sonoki, T.* and He, Z.* (2015) A novel approach to recycle bacterial cultural waste for fermentation reuse via a microbial fuel cell - membrane bioreactor system. Bioprocess and Biosystems Engineering. Vol 38, pp 1795-1802.[Link to Full Text]

78. Yuan, H. and He, Z.* (2015) Integrated membrane filtration into bioelectrochemical systems as next generation energy-efficient wastewater treatment technologies for water reclamation: a review. Bioresource Technology. Vol 195, pp 202-209.[Link to Full Text]

77. Ci, S., Wen, Z., Mao, S., Hou, Y., Cui, S., He, Z. and Chen, J.* (2015) One pot synthesis of high-performance Co/graphene electrocatalysts for glucose fuel cells free of enzymes and precious metals. Chemical Communications. Vol 51, pp 9354-9357. [Link to Full Text] (open access)

76. Ge, Z. and He, Z.* (2015) An effective dipping method for coating activated carbon catalysts on the cathode electrodes of microbial fuel cells. RSC Advances. Vol 5, pp 36933-36937. [Link to Full Text]

75. Xu, B., Ge, Z. and He, Z.* (2015) Sediment microbial fuel cells for wastewater treatment: challenges and opportunities. Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology. Vol 1, pp 279-284. [Link to Full Text] (open access)

74. Ping, Q., Huang, Z., Dosoretz, C. and He, Z.* (2015) Integrated experimental investigation and mathematical modeling of brackish water desalination and wastewater treatment in microbial desalination cells. Water Research. Vol 77, pp 13-23. [Link to Full Text]

73. Li, J. and He, Z.* (2015) Optimizing a membrane bioelectrochemical reactor using anion exchange membrane for wastewater treatment. Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology. Vol 1, pp 355-362. [Link to Full Text] (open access)

72. Yuan, H., Abu-Reesh, I.M. and He, Z.* (2015) Enhancing desalination and wastewater treatment by coupling microbial desalination cells with forward osmosis. Chemical Engineering Journal. Vol 270, pp 437-443. [Link to Full Text]

71. Zhang, F. and He, Z.* (2015) Scaling up microbial desalination cell system with a post-aerobic treatment process for simultaneous wastewater treatment and seawater desalination. Desalination. Vol 360, pp 28-34. [Link to Full Text]

70. Lu, Y., Qin, M., Yuan, H., Abu-Reesh, I.M.* and He, Z.* (2015) When bioelectrochemical systems meet forward osmosis: accomplishing wastewater treatment and reuse through synergy. Water. Vol 7, pp 38-50. [Link to Full Text] (open access)

69. Yuan, H. and He, Z.* (2015) Graphene-modified electrodes for enhancing the performance of microbial fuel cells. Nanoscale. Vol 7, pp 7022-7029. [Link to Full Text] (open access)

68. Song, Y., Xiao, L., Jayamani, I., He, Z. and Cupples, A.M.* (2015) A novel method to characterize bacterial communities affected by carbon source and electricity generation in microbial fuel cells using stable isotope probing and illumina sequencing. Journal of Microbiological Methods. Vol 108, pp 4-11. [Link to Full Text]

67. Jacobson, K. S., Kelly, P. and He, Z.* (2015) Energy balance affected electrolyte recirculation and operating modes in microbial fuel cells. Water Environment Research. Vol 87, pp 252-257. [Link to Full Text]

66. Ping, Q., Zhang, C., Chen, X., Zhang, B., Huang, Z.* and He, Z.* (2014) Mathematical model of dynamic behavior of microbial desalination cells for simultaneous wastewater treatment and water desalination. Environmental Science & Technology. Vol 48, pp 13010-13019. [Link to Full Text]

65. Qin, M. and He, Z.* (2014) Self-supplied ammonium bicarbonate draw solute for achieving wastewater treatment and recovery in a microbial electrolysis cell - forward osmosis coupled system. Environmental Science & Technology Letters. Vol 1, pp 437-441. [Link to Full Text] (open access)

64. Zhang, B., Wen, Z., Ci, S., Chen, J.* and He, Z.* (2014) Nitrogen-doped activated carbon as a metal free catalyst for hydrogen production in microbial electrolysis cells. RSC Advances. Vol 4, pp 49161-49164. [Link to Full Text]

63. Zhi, W., Ge, Z., He, Z. and Zhang H.* (2014) Methods for understanding microbial community structure and functions in microbial fuel cells: a review. Bioresource Technology. Vol 171, pp 461-468. [Link to Full Text]

62. Zhang, H.,* Chen, X., Braithwaite, D. and He, Z. (2014) Phylogenetic and metogenomic analyses of substrate-dependent bacterial temporal dynamics in microbial fuel cells. PLoS ONE. 9: e107460. [Link to Full Text] (open access)

61. Hou, Y., Zhang, B., Wen, Z., Cui, S., Guo, X., He, Z.* and Chen, J.* (2014) 3D hybrid of layered MoS2/nitrogen-doped graphene nanosheet aerogels: an effective catalyst for hydrogen evolution in microbial electrolysis cells. Journal of Materials Chemistry A. Vol 2, pp 13795-13800. [Link to Full Text]

60. Li, J., Ge, Z. and He, Z.* (2014) A fluidized bed membrane bioelectrochemical reactor for energy-efficient wastewater treatment. Bioresource Technology. Vol 167, pp 310-315. [Link to Full Text]

59. Yuan, H., Li, J., Yuan, C.* and He, Z.* (2014) Facile synthesis of MoS2@CNT as an effective catalyst for hydrogen production in microbial electrolysis cells. ChemElectroChem. Vol 1, pp 1828-1833. (Back Cover) [Link to Full Text]

58. Zhang, F., Li, J. and He, Z.* (2014) A new method for nutrient removal and recovery from wastewater using a bioelectrochemical system. Bioresource Technology. Vol 166, pp 630-634. [Link to Full Text]

57. Xiao, L. and He, Z.* (2014) Applications and perspectives of phototrophic microorganisms for electricity generation from organic compounds in microbial fuel cells. Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews. Vol 37, pp 550-559. [Link to Full Text]

56. Zhang, B., Wen, Z., Ci, S., Mao, S., Chen, J.* and He, Z.* (2014) Synthesizing nitrogen-doped activated carbon and probing its active sites for oxygen reduction reaction in microbial fuel cells. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces. Vol 6, pp 7464-7470. [Link to Full Text]

55. Ge, Z., Dosoretz, C. and He, Z.* (2014) Effects of numbers of cell pairs on the performance of microbial desalination cells. Desalination. Vol 341, pp 101-106. [Link to Full Text]

54. Tong, Y. and He, Z.* (2014) Current-driven nitrate migration out of groundwater by using a bioelectrochemical system. RSC Advances. Vol 4, pp 10290-10294. [Link to Full Text]

53. Kelly, P. and He, Z.* (2014) Understanding the application niche of microbial fuel cells in a cheese wastewater treatment process. Bioresource Technology. Vol 157, pp 154-160. [Link to Full Text]

52. Xiao, L., Ge, Z., Kelly P., Zhang, F. and He, Z.* (2014) Evaluation of normalized energy recovery (NER) in microbial fuel cells affected by reactor dimension and substrates. Bioresource Technology. Vol 157, pp 77-83. [Link to Full Text]

51 Kelly, P. and He, Z.* (2014) Nutrients removal and recovery in bioelectrochemical systems: a review. Bioresource Technology. Vol 153, pp 351-360. [Link to Full Text]

50. Li, W.W, Yu, H. Q.* and He, Z.* (2014) Towards sustainable wastewater treatment by using microbial fuel cells-centered technologies. Energy & Environmental Science. Vol 7, pp 911-924. [Link to Full Text] (open access)

49. Li, J., Ge, Z. and He, Z.* (2014) Advancing membrane bioelectrochemical reactor (MBER) with hollow-fiber membranes installed in the cathode compartment. Journal of Chemical Technology & Biotechnology. Vol 89, pp 1330-1336.[Link to Full Text]

48. Ping, Q. and He, Z.* (2014) Effects of inter-membrane distance and hydraulic retention time on the desalination performance of microbial desalination cells. Desalination and Water Treatment. Vol 52, pp 1324-1331.[Link to Full Text]

47. Ge, Z., Li, J., Xiao, L., Tong, Y. and He, Z.* (2014) Recovery of electrical energy in microbial fuel cells. Environmental Science & Technology Letters. Vol 1, pp 137-141. [Link to Full Text]

46. Wang, H., Qian, F., Wang, G., Jiao, Y., He, Z. and Li, Y.* (2013) A self-biased solar-microbial device for sustainable hydrogen generation. ACS Nano. Vol 7, pp 8728-8735. [Link to Full Text]

45. Tong, Y. and He, Z.* (2013) Nitrate removal in groundwater driven by electricity generation and heterotrophic denitrification in a bioelectrochemical system. Journal of Hazardous Materials. Vol 262, pp 614-619. [Link to Full Text]

44. Ping, Q., Cohen, B., Dosoretz, C. and He, Z.* (2013) Long-term investigation of fouling of cation and anion exchange membranes in microbial desalination cells. Desalination. Vol 325, pp 48-55. [Link to Full Text]

43. Ping, Q. and He, Z.* (2013) Improving the flexibility of microbial desalination cells through spatially decoupling anode and cathode. Bioresource Technology. Vol 144, pp 304-310. [Link to Full Text]

42. Yossan, S., Xiao, L., Prasertsan, P. and He, Z.* (2013) Hydrogen production in microbial electrolysis cells: choice of catholyte. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy. Vol 38, pp 9619-9624. [Link to Full Text]

41. Zhang, B. and He, Z.* (2013) Improving water desalination by hydraulically coupling an osmotic microbial fuel cell with a microbial desalination cell. Journal of Membrane Science. Vol 441, pp 18-24. [Link to Full Text]

40. Zhang, F., Ge, Z., Grimaud, J., Hurst, J. and He, Z.* (2013) Long-term performance of liter-scale microbial fuel cells installed in a municipal wastewater treatment facility. Environmental Science & Technology. Vol 47, pp 4941-4948. [Link to Full Text] (open access)

39. Ge, Z., Zhang, F., Grimaud, J., Hurst, J. and He, Z.* (2013) Long-term investigation of microbial fuel cells treating primary sludge or digested sludge. Bioresource Technology. Vol 136, pp 509-514. [Link to Full Text]

38. Zhang, F., Ge, Z., Grimaud, J., Hurst, J. and He, Z.* (2013) In situ investigation of tubular microbial fuel cell deployed in an aeration tank at a municipal wastewater treatment plant. Bioresource Technology. Vol 136, pp 316-321. [Link to Full Text]

37. Zhang, F., Ge, Z., Grimaud, J., Hurst, J. and He, Z.* (2013) Improving electricity production in tubular microbial fuel cell system through optimizing the anode flow with spiral spacers. Bioresource Technology. Vol 134, pp 251-256. [Link to Full Text]

36. Wen, Z., Ci, S., Mao, S., Lu, G., Cui, S., Yu, K., Luo, S., He, Z.* and Chen, J. * (2013) TiO2 nanoparticles-decorated carbon nanotubes for significantly improved bioelectricity generation in microbial fuel cells. Journal of Power Sources. Vol 234, pp 100-106. [Link to Full Text]

35. Zhang, F. and He, Z.* (2013) A cooperative microbial fuel cell system for waste treatment and bioenergy recovery. Environmental Technology. Vol 34, pp 1905-1913. [Link to Full Text]

34. He, Z.* (2013) Microbial fuel cells: now let's talk about energy. Environmental Science & Technology. Vol 47, pp 332-333. (Viewpoint) [Link to Full Text]

33. Ge, Z., Ping, Q. and He, Z.* (2013) Hollow-fiber membrane bioelectrochemical reactor for domestic wastewater treatment. Journal of Chemical Technology & Biotechnology. Vol 88, pp 1584-1590. [Link to Full Text]

32. Ge, Z., Ping, Q., Xiao, L. and He, Z.* (2013) Reducing effluent discharge and recovering bioenergy in an osmotic microbial fuel cell treating domestic wastewater. Desalination. Vol 312, pp 52-59. [Link to Full Text]

31. Brastad, K.S. and He, Z.* (2013) Water softening using microbial desalination cell technology. Desalination. Vol 309, pp 32-37. [Link to Full Text]

30. Zhang, F. and He, Z.* (2012) Integrated organic and nitrogen removal with electricity generation in a tubular dual-cathode microbial fuel cell. Process Biochemistry. Vol 47, pp 2146-2151. [Link to Full Text]

29. Xiao, L., Young, E. B., Berges, J. A. and He, Z.* (2012) Integrated photo-bioelectrochemical system for contaminants removal and bioenergy production. Environmental Science & Technology. Vol 46, pp 11459-11466. [Link to Full Text]

28. Zhang, B. and He, Z.* (2012) Energy production, use and saving in a bioelectrochemical desalination system. RSC Advances. Vol 2, pp 10673-10679. [Link to Full Text]

27. Arugula, M. A., Brastad, K.S., Minteer, S.D. and He, Z.* (2012) Enzyme catalyzed-electricity driven water softening system. Enzyme and Microbial Technology. Vol 51, pp 396-401. [Link to Full Text]

26. Arugula, M. A., Shroff, N., Katz, E.* and He, Z.* (2012) Molecular AND logic gate based on bacterial anaerobic respiration. Chemical Communications. Vol 48, pp 10174-10176. (Cover Article) [Link to Full Text]

25. Xiao, L., Wen, Z., Ci, S., Chen, J.* and He, Z.* (2012) Carbon/iron based nanorod catalyst for hydrogen production in microbial electrolysis cells. Nano Energy. Vol 1, pp 751-756. [Link to Full Text]

24. Huang, Y., He, Z., Kan, J., Manohar, A. K., Nealson, K.H. and Mansfeld, F.* (2012) Electricity generation from a floating microbial fuel cells. Bioresouce Technology. Vol 114, pp 308-313. [Link to Full Text]

23. Xiao, L., Damien, J., Luo, J., Jang, H., Huang, J. and He, Z.* (2012) Crumpled graphene particles for microbial fuel cell electrodes. Journal of Power Sources. Vol 208, pp 187-192. [Link to Full Text]

22. He, Z.* (2012) One more function for microbial fuel cells in treating wastewater: producing high-quality water. CHEMIK. Vol 66, pp 7-10. [Link to Full Text] (open access)

21. Zhang, B. and He, Z.* (2012) Integrated salinity reduction and water recovery in an osmotic microbial desalination cells. RSC Advances. Vol 2, pp 3265-3269. [Link to Full Text]

20. Wen, Z., Ci, S., Zhang, F., Feng, X.,* Cui, S., Mao, S., Luo, S., He, Z.* and Chen, J. * (2012) Nitrogen-enriched core-shell structured Fe/Fe3C-C nanorods as advanced electrocatalysts for oxygen reduction reaction. Advanced Materials. Vol 24, pp 1399-1404. (Frontispiece) [Link to Full Text]

19. Ge, Z. and He, Z.* (2012) Effects of draw solutions and membrane conditions on electricity generation and water flux in osmotic microbial fuel cells. Bioresource Technology. Vol 109, pp 70-76. [Link to Full Text]

18. Ci, S., Wen, Z., Chen, J.* and He, Z.* (2012) Decorating anode with bamboo-like nitrogen-doped carbon nanotubes for microbial fuel cells. Electrochemistry Communications. Vol 14, pp 71-74. [Link to Full Text]

17. Zhang, F. and He, Z.* (2012) Simultaneous nitrification and denitrification with electricity generation in dual-cathode microbial fuel cells. Journal of Chemical Technology & Biotechnology. Vol 87, No, 1, pp 153-159. [Link to Full Text]

16. Zhang, F., Tian, L. and He, Z.* (2011) Powering a wireless temperature sensor using sediment microbial fuel cells with vertical arrangement of electrodes. Journal of Power Sources. Vol 196, pp 9568-9573. [Link to Full Text]

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13. Qian, F., He, Z. Thelen, M.P. and Li, Y.* (2011) A microfluidic microbial fuel cell fabricated by soft lithography. Bioresource Technology. Vol 102, pp 5836-5840. [Link to Full Text]

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