Entries by Kathleen Wahlberg

CSMS research was featured at https://www.sciencedaily.com

CSMS research was featured at https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2014/11/141125101741.htm on 11/25/2014 Note: This link was previously posted with our blog post from 10/5/2015 titled ‘Proof-of-concept developed for new type of degradable biomass plastic!’ but has been added March 2017 to our Media Outlet category of our news page. The news feature is related to the journal article ‘Programmed […]

CSMS research was featured at http://greenarea.me

CSMS research was featured at http://greenarea.me/en/63322/new-plastic-that-disappears-when-you-want-it-to/ on 11/26/2014 Note: This link was previously posted with our blog post from 10/5/2015 titled ‘Proof-of-concept developed for new type of degradable biomass plastic!’ but has been added March 2017 to our Media Outlet category of our news page. The news feature is related to the journal article ‘Programmed […]

CSMS research was featured at http://phys.org

CSMS research was featured at http://phys.org/news/2014-11-ultimate-recycling-plastic.html on 11/26/2014 Note: This link was previously posted with our blog post from 10/5/2015 titled ‘Proof-of-concept developed for new type of degradable biomass plastic!’ but has been added March 2017 to our Media Outlet category of our news page. The news feature is related to the journal article ‘Programmed […]

CSMS research was featured at http://www.plasticsouplab.org

CSMS research was featured at http://www.plasticsouplab.org/new-plastic-that-disappears-when-you-want-it-to/ on 11/26/2014 Note: This link was previously posted with our blog post from 10/5/2015 titled ‘Proof-of-concept developed for new type of degradable biomass plastic!’ but has been added March 2017 to our Media Outlet category of our news page. The news feature is related to the journal article ‘Programmed […]

CSMS research was featured at http://www.scienceworldreport.com

CSMS research was featured at http://www.scienceworldreport.com/articles/19346/20141127/new-plastic-disappears-ultraviolet-light.htm on 11/27/2014 Note: This link was previously posted with our blog post from 10/5/2015 titled ‘Proof-of-concept developed for new type of degradable biomass plastic!’ but has been added March 2017 to our Media Outlet category of our news page. The news feature is related to the journal article ‘Programmed […]

CSMS research was featured at http://www.biomassmagazine.com

CSMS research was featured at http://www.biomassmagazine.com/articles/11260/ndsu-new-plastic-disappears-when-you-want-it-to on 11/28/2014 Note: This link was previously posted with our blog post from 10/5/2015 titled ‘Proof-of-concept developed for new type of degradable biomass plastic!’ but has been added March 2017 to our Media Outlet category of our news page. The news feature is related to the journal article ‘Programmed […]

CSMS research was featured at xpo.castsheet.com

CSMS research was featured at http://xpo.castsheet.com/new-plastic-disappears-want/ on 12/1/2014 The news feature is related to the journal article ‘Programmed Photodegradation of Polymeric/Oligomeric Materials Derived from Renewable Bioresources’ published in Angewandte Chemie on 11/12/2014. The journal article can be read at http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/anie.201408492 Note: This link was previously posted with our blog post from 10/5/2015 titled ‘Proof-of-concept developed for […]

High School Chemistry teacher sparked scientific curiosity

Arvin Yu, a Graduate Student in Coatings and Polymeric Materials at North Dakota State University, assists in the Center for Sustainable Materials Science (CSMS) research in Dr. Dean Webster’s CSMS research group. Arvin’s contribution to CSMS research is in developing bio-based resins from soybean oil and sugar for structural composite applications. Arvin wants to work […]

Interest in Sciences comes from family and high school chemistry teachers

The Center for Sustainable Materials Science (CSMS), funded by a National Science Foundation EPSCoR grant, provides opportunities for graduate and undergraduate students to engage in research. One of these students is Eric Serum, a doctoral graduate student majoring in Synthetic Organic Chemistry at North Dakota State University, who has worked alongside several undergraduates in Dr. […]