Mr Mark Breheny

Research Assistant

DepartmentLife Sciences

Research outputs

Enrichment of microbial biocathodes to replace platinum catalyst in microbial fuel cells
Bowman, K., Mani, P., Breheny, M., Gomaa, O., Keshavarz, T. and Kyazze, G. 2019. Enrichment of microbial biocathodes to replace platinum catalyst in microbial fuel cells. Electromicrobiology - from electrons to ecosystems. Aarhus, Denmark 21 - 22 Mar 2019

Biocatalytic electrode improvement strategies in microbial fuel cell systems
Breheny, M., Bowman, K., Farahmand, N., Gomaa, O., Keshavarz, T. and Kyazze, G. 2018. Biocatalytic electrode improvement strategies in microbial fuel cell systems. Journal of Chemical Technology and Biotechnology. Advanced online publication. doi:10.1002/jctb.5916

Modification of bacterial cell membrane to accelerate decolorization of textile wastewater effluent using microbial fuel cells: role of gamma radiation, salinity and endogenous biosurfactant induction
Selim, N., Hamed, H., Fathy, R., Gamal, M., El Kareem, H.A., Breheny, M., Farahmand, N., Bowman, K., Kyazze, G., Keshavarz, T. and Gomaa, O.M. 2018. Modification of bacterial cell membrane to accelerate decolorization of textile wastewater effluent using microbial fuel cells: role of gamma radiation, salinity and endogenous biosurfactant induction. 4th European Meeting of the International Society for Microbial Electrochemistry and Technology. Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne 12 - 14 Sep 2018

Design of a single chamber air cathode microbial fuel cell using a stainless steel spiral anode and 3D printing techniques for continuous flow dye decolourisation
Bowman, K., Breheny, M., Farahmand, N., Kyazze, G. and Keshavarz, T. 2018. Design of a single chamber air cathode microbial fuel cell using a stainless steel spiral anode and 3D printing techniques for continuous flow dye decolourisation. 4th European Meeting of the International Society for Microbial Electrochemistry and Technology. Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne 12 - 14 Sep 2018

Degradation of azo dyes (Acid orange 7) in a microbial fuel cell: comparison between anodic microbial-mediated reduction and cathodic laccase-mediated oxidation
Kyazze, G., Mani, P., Bowman, K., Farahmand, N., Breheny, M. and Keshavarz, T. 2018. Degradation of azo dyes (Acid orange 7) in a microbial fuel cell: comparison between anodic microbial-mediated reduction and cathodic laccase-mediated oxidation. 4th European Meeting of the International Society for Microbial Electrochemistry and Technology. Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne 12 - 14 Sep 2018