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Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for A.J. Drexel Plasma Institute in Camden, NJ

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President Fry and Congressman Rob Andrews observing operation of plasma gliding arc system

Director of the A.J. Drexel Plasma Institute, Alexander Fridman (pictured 2nd from right) exhibits a 3D plasma gliding arc system to (pictured left to right) Assemblyman Whip Wilson, Congressman Rob Andrews, and Drexel University President, John Fry while touring the Institute's new facility in the Camden Waterfront Technology Center.

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Treatment of skin using a plasma jet

Treatment of skin and various research topics at A.J. Drexel Plasma Institute was highlighted in an award-winning issue of Drexel magazine. This issue received an APEX Award for Publication Excellence.

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Corona in water (plasma inside liquid) for environmental protection

Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation collaborates with DPI to accomplish its missions in environmental protection.

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Gliding Arc Plasma Discharge

Dr. Shailesh Gangoli former DPI student now is successful researcher at Air Products Company made significant contribution to developing Gliding Arc Technology at DPI.

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Non-thermal atmospheric pressure discharges

DPI investigates atmospheric pressure discharges. Dr. Michael Gallagher, our former student is now a plasma researcher at Air Products

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Gliding Arc in tornado flow

World's most powerful Gliding Arc stabilized in tornado flow.

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The A.J. Drexel Plasma Institute (DPI) is nationally and internationally renowned for our contribution to science, for our research and educational programs, for people enthusiastically participating at DPI today, and especially for our alumni successfully working in academia and industry.

DPI is recognized as the birthplace of the field of Plasma Medicine, which is emulated today at more than one hundred research centers and dozens of teaching hospitals around the world. Our team of faculty, students, and staff are committed to DPI’s educational mission and to creating a collegial research environment that supports breakthroughs in plasma science and engineering.