Mohammad Hassan Shahavi is an assistant professor of chemical engineering - nanobiotechnology, and head of the industrial relations and entrepreneurship group at the Amol University of Special Modern Technologies (AUSMT), IRAN. He is an educated scholar Ph.D. from the Babol Noshirvani University of Technology (Iran) and Aarhus University (Denmark) with a strong background in nano-bio processes. He is deeply involved in research and teaching in chemical engineering subjects and has conducted many practical kinds of research in the fields of chemical engineering - nanobiotechnology.
Removal of Phenanthrene by some microalga species and study of antioxidative compounds in Nostoc calcicola ISC 89
Published in Journal of Soils and Sediments
Purpose The accumulation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) can cause adverse effects on the environment and human health. Microalgae species have the ability to remove and degrade PAHs. The present research provides novel insights to discover microalgae responses against phenanthrene (as a PAH) through an antioxidant defense response unde...
Evaluation of hydrodynamic parameters of fluidized bed adsorption on purification of nano-bioproducts
Published in physica status solidi (c)
The majority of biotechnology processes for producing pharmaceutical or diagnostic products involve the purification of proteins and peptides from a variety of sources. Typically, such purification schemes contain multiple unit operations, including a number of chromatographic steps to ensure the safe removal of critical impurities and contaminants...