By Kathy Wahlberg Congratulations to Songqi Ma, Dean C. Webster, and Farukh Jabeen from North Dakota State University (NDSU) whose research article “Hard and Flexible, Degradable Thermosets from Renewable Bioresources with the Assistance of Water and Ethanol” recently published in Macromolecules is also featured on its cover. Read more here
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Sustainable materials research being done by North Dakota State University professors Dr. Mukund Sibi and Dr. Dean Webster was featured in The Spectrum, NDSU’s student-run newspaper. Click here to read the article
Srikanth Vijjamarri, Vamshi K. Chirada, Jana Rousova, and Guodong Du. (advance online publication Jan. 2016) Dehydrogenative Coupling of Alcohols and Carboxylic Acids with Hydrosilanes Catalyzed by a Salen Mn(V) complex, Catalysis. Science & Technology. dx.doi.org/10.1039/c5cy01912e Read Article
Chad Ulven, a member of the CSMS research group, to speak at the 2016 Commodity Classic about a biodegradable soilbased sensor he helped to create.
Jayaraman Sivaguru, North Dakota State University James A. Meier Jr. Professor of chemistry and biochemistry, has received a three-year, $440,000 award (CHE-1465075) from the National Science Foundation to develop environmentally benign, green strategies for performing chemical reactions with light. These projects are significant in the Department’s research focus area in sustainability and materials chemistry. Read More at http://stuffoflife.areavoices.com/2015/08/06/ndsu-chemistry-faculty-receives-funding-to-study-sustainable-chemistry/
NDSU Provost Beth Ingram recently recognized two University Distinguished Professors for the high impact of their research. Mukund Sibi, University Distinguished Professor of chemistry and biochemistry and James A. Meier Professor, and Lawrence Reynolds, University Distinguished Professor of animal sciences, were acknowledged for achieving an h-index in excess of 50. Read more
By Joshua Santiana My name is Joshua Santiana and I am a rising senior at the University of New Haven in West Haven, CT. There, I am double majoring in Chemistry and Forensic Science. I am also from a suburban town In Connecticut. Now, seeing as how I both grew up and attend undergraduate school […]