Artem Gelis (Chemistry and Biochemistry) recently published an article, "Recovery of High Specific Activity Molybdenum-99 from Accelerator-induced Fission on Low-enriched Uranium for Technetium-99m Generators," in Scientific Reports. The work is a funded collaboration with Niowave and Argonne National Laboratory and has been accessed 889 times and received one citation since its publication in August.
He also recently published an article in ACS Publications. The work, "Antagonistic Role of Aqueous Complexation in the Solvent Extraction and Separation of Rare Earth Ions," explores an unexpected role for aqueous complexation and speciation in the process of liquid-liquid extraction. The work is a collaboration with colleagues at the University of Chicago and Argonne National laboratory and was supported by the U.S. Department of Energy office of science.