1. Chanda, S., D.S Bajwa. 2020. A review of current physical techniques for dispersion of cellulose nanomaterials in polymer matrices. Reviews on Advanced Materials Science DE GRUYTER (In-press)
  2. Shojaeiarani, J., D.S. Bajwa., N. Stark., T. Bergholz., A. Kraft. 2020. Spin coating method improved the performance characteristics of films obtained from poly(lactic acid) and cellulose nanocrystals. Sustainable Materials and Technologies (In-press).
  3. Dhaliwal, G.S., D.S. Bajwa., S. Bajwa. 2020. Fabrication and Testing of Soy‑Based Polyurethane Foam with Flame Retardant Properties. Journal of Polymers and the Environment. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10924-020-01930-5
  4. Shojaeiarani, J., D.S. Bajwa and G. Holt. 2020. Sonication amplitude and processing time influence the cellulose nanocrystals morphology and dispersion. Nanocomposites.https://doi.org/10.1080/20550324.2019.1710974
  5. Raj Shankar Hazra., Narendra Kale., Gourishankar Aland., Burhanuddin Qayyumi., Dipankar Mitra., Long Jiang., D.S. Bajwa., Jayant Khandare., Pankaj Chaturvedi., Mohiuddin Quadir. 2020. Cellulose Mediated Transferrin Nanocages for Enumeration of Circulating Tumor Cells for Head and Neck Cancer. Scientific Reports, 10:10010 https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-020-66625-2
  6. Sajid, H.U., R. Kiran., X. Qi., D.S. Bajwa., D. Battocchi. 2020. Construction and Building Materials 263, 120662. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.conbuildmat.2020.120662.
  7. Vahidi, G., D.S. Bajwa., J. Shojaeiarani., Nicole Stark., Amir Darabi. 2020. | Advancements in traditional and nanosized flame retardants for polymers—A review. J Appl Polym Sci. e50050. https://doi.org/10.1002/app.50050.
  8. Sinclair, A., X. Zhou., S. Tangpong., D.S. Bajwa., M. Quadir., L. Jiang. 2019. High-Performance Styrene-Butadiene Rubber Nanocomposites Reinforced by Surface-Modified Cellulose Nanofibers. ACS Omega, DOI: 10.1021/acsomega.9b01313.
  9. Oh, Myungkeun., Q. Ma., S. Simsek, D.S. Bajwa, L. Jiang. 2019. Comparative Study of Zein- and Gluten-based Wood Adhesives containing Cellulose Nanofibers and Crosslinking Agent for Improved Bond Strength. International Journal of Adhesion and Adhesives, 92:44-57.
  10. Bajwa, D.S., C. Rehovsky, J. Shojaeiarani, N. Stark, S.G. Bajwa, M. Dietenberger. 2019 Functionalized Cellulose Nanocrystals: A Potential Fire Retardant for Polymer Composites. Polymer, August 2019, 11:1361.
  11. Bajwa, D.S., G. Pourhashem, A.H. Ullah, S.G. Bajwa. 2019. A concise review of current lignin production, applications, products and their environmental impact. Industrial Crops and Products, 139, 111526.
  12. J. Shojaeiarani, D.S. Bajwa, S.G. Bajwa, A. Shirzadifar, P. Pandey. 2019. A modeling approach for predicting the moisture absorption of wood pellets during storage. Industrial Crops and Products, November 2019, 140, 111529.
  13. Liaw, D.S. Bajwa, J. Shojaeiarani, S.G. Bajwa. 2019. Corn distiller’s dried grains with soluble (DDGS) – a value added functional material for wood composites. Industrial Crops and Products, 139, 111525.
  14. Shojaeiarani, J., D.S. Bajwa., L. Jiang., and J. Liaw. 2019. Insight on the influence of nano zinc oxide on the thermal, dynamic mechanical, and flow characteristics of poly(lactic acid)- zinc oxide composites. Polymer Engineering and Science. August 2019, pp 77-87 Q2- Impact Factor 1.55)
  15. Shojaeiarani, J., M.H. Farid., and D.S. Bajwa. 2019. Modeling and experimental verification of nonlinear behavior of cellulose nanocrystals reinforced poly (Lactic Acid) composites Mechanics of Materials, August 2019, pp 77-87, Q1- Impact Factor: 2.70)
  16. Shojaeiarani, J., D.S. Bajwa., and Ali Shiraza. 2019. A review on cellulose nanocrystals as promising biocompounds for the synthesis of nanocomposite hydrogels. Carbohydrate Polymers, 216:247-259. (Q1- Impact Factor 5.25)
  17. Bajwa, D.S., S. Adhikari., J. Shojaeiarani., S.G. Bajwa., P. Pandey., S.R. Shanmugam. 2019. Characterization of bio-carbon and ligno-cellulosic fiber reinforced bio-composites with compatibilizer. Construction and Building Materials 172: 1–9. (Q1- Impact factor: 4.87)
  18. Shojaeiarani, J., D.S. Bajwa, N.M. Stark, K. Hartman and S.G. Bajwa. 2019. Rheological properties of cellulose nanocrystals engineered polylactic acid nanocomposites. (Composites Part B: Engineering, 161, 483–489. (Q1 Impact factor: 4.85)
  19. Shojaeiarani, J., D.S. Bajwa, C. Rehovsky, S. Bajwa. 2019. Degradation in the Physico-mechanical and thermal Properties of Biopolymers due to Reprocessing. Polymers, 11, 58; doi:10.3390/polym11010058. (Q1- Impact factor: 2.94)
  20. Shojaeiarani, J., D.S. Bajwa and K. Hartman. 2019. Esterified cellulose nanocrystals as reinforcement in poly(lactic acid) nanocomposites. Cellulose,https://doi.org/10.1007/s10570-018-02237-4. (Q1 – Impact factor: 4.85)
  21. Shojaeiarani, J., D.S. Bajwa, and S. Bajwa. 2019. Properties of Densified Solid Biofuels as a Function of the Chemical Composition, Moisture Content, and Bulk Density of the Agricultural Biomass. 14(2), 4996-5015. (Q2- Impact factor: 1.39)
  22. Rehovsky, C., D.S. Bajwa and S. Malik. 2018. Bioprinting of pancreatic cancer cells for improved drug testing. Biomedical Sciences Instrumentation. Volume 54(1).
  23. Bajwa, D.S., Peterson., N. Sharma., J. Shojaeiarani., and S.G. Bajwa. 2018. A review of densified solid biomass for energy production. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews. 96:296-305. (Q1 - Impact Factor: 9.87)
  24. Shojaeiarani, J., D.S. Bajwa., and N. S. Stark. 2018. Spin-coating: A new approach for improving dispersion of cellulose nanocrystals and mechanical properties of poly (lactic acid) composites. Carbohydrate Polymers. 190: 139-147 (Q1- Impact Factor: 5.16)
  25. Yatigala, N., D.S. Bajwa., and S. G. Bajwa. 2018. Compatibilization improves physico-mechanical properties of biodegradable biobased polymer composites. Composites Part A. 107 315-325. (Q1- Impact Factor: 4.07)
  26. Shojaeiarani, J., and D.S. Bajwa. 2018. Improving the degree of crystallinity and barrier properties of poly(lactic acid) by incorporating cellulose nanocrystals. Biomedical Sciences Instrumentation. Volume 54(1), 90-96.
  27. Shojaeiarani, J., D.S. Bajwa., and N. S. Stark. 2018. Green esterification- A new approach to improve thermal and mechanical properties of polylactic acid composites reinforced by cellulose nanocrystals. Journal of Applied Polymer Science. DOI: 10.1002/APP.46468 (Q2- Impact Factor: 1.86)
  28. Yatigala, N., D.S. Bajwa., and S. G. Bajwa. 2018. Compatibilization improves performance of biodegradable biopolymer composites without affecting UV weathering characteristics. Journal of Polymers and the Environment. 26:4188-4200. (Impact Factor: 1.88)
  29. Bajwa, D. S., G. A. Holt., S. G. Bajwa., S. E. Duke., and G. McIntyre. 2017. Enhancement of termite (Reticulitermes flavipes L.) resistance in mycelium reinforced biofiber-composites. Industrial Crops and Products. 107:420-426. (Q1- Impact Factor: 3.18 )
  30. Sinclair, A., L. Jiang., D. S. Bajwa., S.G. Bajwa., S. Tangpong., and X. Wang. 2017. Cellulose nanofibers produced from various agricultural residues and their reinforcement effects in polymer nanocomposites. Journal of Applied Polymer Science. 135, 46304. (Q2-Impact Factor: 1.86)
  31. Sitz, E. D., D. S. Bajwa., D. C. Webster., E. M. Monono., and D. P. Wiesenborn. 2017. Epoxidized sucrose soyate - A novel green resin for crop straw based low density fiberboards. Industrial Crops and Products. 107:400-408. (Impact Factor: 3.18)
  32. Pandey, P., S. G. Bajwa., and D. S. Bajwa. 2017. Fiber from DDGS and corn grain as alternative fillers in polymer composites with high density polyethylene from bio-based and petroleum sources. Journal of Polymers and the Environment. DOI 10.1007/s10924-017-1108-0. (Impact Factor: 1.88)
  33. Bhattacharjee, S., and D.S. Bajwa. 2017. Feasibility of reprocessing natural fiber filled poly(lactic acid) composites – An in-depth investigation. Advances in Materials Science and Engineering. Volume 2017, Article ID 1430892 (Impact Factor: 1.29)
  34. Bajracharya, R.M., D.S. Bajwa., and S. G. Bajwa. 2017. Mechanical properties of polylactic acid composites reinforced with cotton gin waste and flax fibers. Procedia Engineering. 200, 370-376 (Impact Factor: 0.74)
  35. Pandey, P., S. G. Bajwa., D. S. Bajwa., and K. Englund. 2017. Performance of UV weathered HDPE composites containing hull fiber from DDGS and corn grain. Industrial Crops and Products. 107:409-419. (Impact Factor: 3.18)
  36. Bhattacharjee, S., and D. S. Bajwa. 2017. Impact of recycling on the mechanical and thermo-mechanical properties of WF/HDPE composite. Construction and Building Materials. 172:1-9. (Impact Factor: 3.17)
  37. Bajwa, D. S., S. G. Bajwa., T. C. Wedegaertner., and G. A. Holt. 2016. Physical processing and emission characteristics of cotton ginning byproducts based firelogs. Journal of Cotton Science. 20:367-374. (Impact Factor: 0.70)
  38. Pandey, P., D. S. Bajwa., C. Ulven., and S. G. Bajwa. 2016. Influence of flax and hemp-agave fibers in hybridizing a glass fiber reinforced polyurethane composites. Materials. 9:390. (Impact Factor: 3.17)
  39. Wong, C., T. McGowan., S. G. Bajwa., and D. S. Bajwa. 2016. Impact of fiber treatment on the oil absorption characteristics of plant fibers. BioResources. 11(3):6452-6463. (Impact Factor: 1.33)
  40. Ziegler, A. R., S. G. Bajwa., G. A. Holt., G. McIntyre., and D. S. Bajwa. 2016. Evaluation of physico-mechanical properties of mycelium reinforced green biocomposites made from cellulosic fibers. Applied Engineering in Agriculture. 32(6):931-938. (Impact Factor: 0.58)
  41. Sundquist, D. J., and D. S. Bajwa. 2016. Dried distillers grains with solubles as a multifunctional filler in low density wood particleboards. Industrial Crops and Product. 89:21–28. (Impact Factor: 3.41)
  42. Bajwa, D. S., X. Wang., E. Sitz., T. Loll., and S. Bhattacharjee. 2016. Application of bioethanol derived lignin for improving physico-mechanical properties of thermoset biocomposites. International Journal of Biological Macromolecules, 89:265–272. (Impact Factor: 3.09)
  43. Bajwa D. S., S. G. Bajwa., and G. A. Holt. 2015. Impact of biofibers and coupling agents on the weathering characteristics of composites. Polymer Degradation and Stability. 120:212–219. (Impact Factor: 3.38)
  44. Bajwa, D. S., E. D. Sitz., S. G. Bajwa., and A. R. Barnick. 2015. Evaluation of cattail (Typhaspp.) for manufacturing composite panels. Industrial Crops and Products. 75:195-199. (Impact Factor: 3.55)
  45. Bajwa, D. S., S. Bhattacharjee. 2015. Current progress and future trends in the application of natural fiber composites by automotive industry. Journal of Natural Fibers. Volume 13 (6):660–669.DOI: 10.1080/15440478.2015.1102790. (Impact Factor: 0.73)
  46. Sitz, E. D., and D. S. Bajwa. 2015. The mechanical properties of soybean straw and wheat straw blended medium density fiberboards made with methylene diphenyl diisocyanate binder. Industrial Crops and Products. 75 :200-205. (Impact Factor: 3.55)
  47. Bajwa, D. S., J. Otte., and D. Sundquist. 2015. Functionalized distiller’s dried grains with solubles for improving impact properties of polylactic acid. Journal of Biobased Materials and Bioenergy. 9:1–6. (Impact Factor: 0.84)
  48. Bajwa, D. S., E. D. Sitz., and S. G. Bajwa. 2014. Particle boards using agricultural biomass. Advancement of Industrial Crops and the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture, Washington, D.C., Jules Janick, Anna Whipkey, and Von Mark Cruz (eds.)
  49. Bajwa, D. S., and S. G. Bajwa. 2013. Industry and students perception of capstone projects. North Midwest ASEE Section Conference Proceedings.
  50. Bajwa, D. S., S. G. Bajwa., G. Holt., R. Srinivasan., T. Coffelt., F. Nakayama., and R. Gesch. 2013. Recycling of ligno-cellulosic and polyethylene wastes from agricultural operations in thermoplastic composites. Waste and Biomass Valorization. DOI: 10.1007/s12649-013-9263-6. (Impact Factor: 1.85)
  51. Bajwa, S. G., D.  S. Bajwa., and G. Holt. 2012. Commercial application of cotton burr/stem and module wrap in thermoplastic composites: Effect of scaling from laboratory to commercial. Journal of Thermoplastic Composite Materials. 27(6):741-757. (Impact Factor: 1.13 )
  52. Bajwa S. G., D. S. Bajwa., G. Holt., T. Coffelt., and F. Nakayama. 2011. Properties of thermoplastic composites with cotton and guayule biomass residue as fiber fillers. Industrial Crops and Products. 33(3):747-755. (Impact Factor: 3.55)
  53. Bajwa, S. G., D. S. Bajwa., and G. Holt. 2009. Optimal substitution of cotton burr and linters in thermoplastic composites. Forest Product Journal. 59(10):40-46. (Impact Factor: 0.58)
  54. Bajwa, S. G., D. S. Bajwa., and A. S. Anthony. 2009. Effect of laboratory aging on the physical and mechanical properties of wood-polymer composites. Journal of Thermoplastic Composite Materials. 22(2):227-243. (Impact Factor:1.13 )
  55. Bourne, J.P., S. G. Bajwa., and D.S. Bajwa. 2007. Evaluation of cotton gin waste as a ligno-cellulosic substitute in wood plastic composites. Forest Products Journal. 57(1/2):127-131.
  56. Chow, Poo., and D.S. Bajwa. 2005. Oriented Strandboard (OSB) Panels made from Kenaf Stalks and Aspen. Journal of Natural Fibers. 2(1):83-89.
  57. Bajwa, D.S., and P. Chow. 2003. Some Performance characteristics of aspen-kenaf composite boards. Forest Products Journal. 53(10):30-35.
  58. Nakayama, F. S., S. H. Vinyard., P. Chow, D.S. Bajwa., J. A. Youngquist., J. H. Muehl., and A. M. Krzysik. 2001. Guayule as a wood preservative. Industrial Crops and Products. 14(2):105-111.
  59. Chow, P., R. J. Lambert., and D.S. Bajwa. 2001. Some physical, chemical, and mechanical properties of kenaf bast fibers. Global Workshop Bast Plants in the New Millennium. June 3-6, 2001. Sadovo, Bulgaria.
  60. Nakayama, F. S., P. Chow., D.S. Bajwa., J. A. Youngquist., J. H. Muehl., and A. M. Krzysik. 2000. Preliminary investigation on the natural durability of guayule (Parthenium argentatum)-based wood products. In. The International Reserch Group on Wood Preservation. 2000 May 14-19; Kona. Stockholm, Sweden: International Research Group Secretariat; IRG/WP 00-40154: irg-wp.com.
  61. Chow, P., G. L. Rolfe., G. Z. Gertner., and D.S. Bajwa. 1999. Some physical and chemical properties of juvenile elaeagnus and alnus species. Canadian Journal of Botany, 77(9):1398-1400.
  62. Cook, C. G., P. Chow., R. J. Meimban., R. J. Lambert., D.S. Bajwa., and L. R. Nelson. 1998. Influence of cultivars, years, environment, and stem location on kenaf fiber properties. Tappi Journal. 81(10):135-140.
  63. Chow, P., and D.S. Bajwa. 1998. Weathering effects on the decay resistance of creosote treated oak. American Wood Preservers Association. 94: 257-266.
  64. Bajwa, D.S., and H. N. Khajuria. 1997. Evaluation of Leuceana species and hybrids for floral biology, growth and chemical composition. Journal ofAgroforestry Systems. 22(1).
  1. Shojaeiarani, J., D.S. Bajwa., A. Shirzadifar, S. Chanda. 2020. Book Title: Cellulose Nanoparticles. Additive Manufacturing of Nanocellulose Based Soft Composite Materials for Advanced Applications (Book Chapter). The Royal Society of Chemistry. Thomas Graham House (290), Science Park, Cambridge, London.
  2. Shojaeiarani, J., D.S. Bajwa., and K. Hartman. 2019. Book Title: Sustainable Polymer Composites and Nanocomposites. Chapter title: Mechanical techniques for enhanced dispersion of cellulose nanocrystals in polymer matrices. (Springer – Nature)
  3. Yatigala, N., D.S. Bajwa., and S.G. Bajwa. 2016. Biodegradability of Green Composites – Mechanisms and Evaluation Methods. (Invited Chapter submitted in Book titled – “Green micro – and nanocomposites for future” Pan Stanford Publishing (In press).
  4. Bajwa, D.S., and S. Bhattacharjee. 2015. Impact of Recycling on the Mechanical and Thermo-mechanical Properties of Wood Fiber based HDPE and PLA Composites. Handbook of Composite from Renewable Materials. Publisher - WILEY-Scrivener (ISBN: 978-1-119-22362-7, Published 2017).
  5. Chow, P., M. Raheel., J. Lambert., R. Meimban., D. S. Bajwa., and C. G. Cook. 1999. “Some Chemical Constituents of Four Cultivars of Kenaf”. In book: Kenaf Properties, Processing and Products, Terry Sellers and Nancy A. Reichert (editors). Mississippi State University, Ag and Bio Engineering Box 9632, Mississippi, pp. 99-103.
  6. English, B., P. Chow., and D.S. Bajwa. 1996. “Processing of Plant Fibers into Composites”. In book: Paper and Composites from Agro-Based Resources, Rowell, Young and Rowell (editors). CRC, Lewis Publishers (RCR Press, Inc.) Boca Raton, Florida, pp. 269-299.
  1. Hydro-healers. A novel technology for 3D printing customized drug loaded hydrogel bandages. Tech ID: RFT- 593. North Dakota State University, May 28, 2019.
  2. Spin-coated master batches for uniformly dispersing nano-sized fillers in polymer matrices. Invention disclosure. Tech ID: RFT- 591. North Dakota State University, May 6, 2019.
  3. Functionalizing Distiller Dried Grains with Solubles to Manufacture Binderless Biocomposite Panels. Invention disclosure. Tech ID:  RFT-578. North Dakota State University, July 23, 2018.
  4. Patent – Canadian Patent 2535627 and International Patent Application No: PCT/US2004/02707. Composite door structure and method of making same.
  5. Thermoplastic composites containing DDGS as a partial filler: Invention disclosure filed at the University of Arkansas on July 27,/2011.
  6. Cotton gin trash as a lignocellulosic substitute in wood plastic composites: Invention disclosure filed to the University of Arkansas in Oct. 2005.