NDSU Research and Creative Activity Newsroom also released news about NDSU graduate student speaking at a Gordon Research Seminar

Ramya Raghunathan, NDSU graduate student and CSMS research, was invited to speak at the Gordon Research Seminar July, 2015.

The news was not only released by NDSU News at https://www.ndsu.edu/news/view/detail/20640/ on 7/14/2015 but also included that day on the NDSU Research and Creative Activity news page at https://www.ndsu.edu/research/news/detail/20601/ and featured on the NDSU Research and Creative Activity Newsroom at https://www.ndsu.edu/research/newsroom/feature_stories/ndsu_grad_student_invited_speaker_at_gordon_research_seminar/

NDSU Research and Creative Activity news site also released news about NDSU graduate student speaking at a Gordon Research Seminar

Ramya Raghunathan, NDSU graduate student and CSMS research, was invited to speak at the Gordon Research Seminar July, 2015.

The news was not only released by NDSU News at https://www.ndsu.edu/news/view/detail/20640/ on 7/14/2015 but also included that day on the NDSU Research and Creative Activity news page at https://www.ndsu.edu/research/news/detail/20601/.

NDSU Research and Creative Activity Newsroom featured CSMS research

The NDSU Research and Creative Activity’s Newsroom featured the CSMS research that had been published in Angewandte Chemie.

You can view their post ‘New Plastic That Disappears When You Want It To’ from 11/24/2014 at https://www.ndsu.edu/research/newsroom/feature_stories2014/new_plastic_that_disappears_when_you_want_it_to/

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

Broadcast about ND EPSCoR Workforce Development activities includes efforts with CSMS and CRCS researchers

Cindy Juntunen and Ashley Hutchison, members of the ND EPSCoR Workforce Development team discussed their efforts with Doug Hamilton on Prairie Public Radio’s Main Street broadcast on March 13, 2017.

Part of the conversation included their efforts with researchers in the ND EPSCoR-funded Center for Sustainable Materials Science (CSMS) and Center for Regional Climate Studies (CRCS).

You can listen to the complete broadcast at http://www.prairiepublic.org/radio/mainstreet?post=69233. The conversation about their work with CSMS and CRCS researchers begins at about the 8:50 mark and continues to about the 10:15 mark.

More information about CSMS activities can be found within this website. Information about CRCS activities can be found at http://und-crcs.org/.

News release: NDSU to host first Materials for Renewables symposium

This news release at https://www.ndsu.edu/news/view/detail/25162/ from 07/01/2016 provides more information about the 1st International Symposium on Materials from Renewables.

News about the 1st International Symposium on Materials from Renewables featured at highbeam.com

The news about the 1st International Symposium on Materials from Renewables was picked up by highbeam.com on 4/25/2016 at https://www.highbeam.com/doc/1G1-450617484.html

News release: NDSU to host international symposium on materials from renewables

A collaboration that includes CSMS researchers at NDSU and the University of Georgia has led to the 1st International Symposium on Materials from Renewables.

The initial announcement for this Symposium, from 4/25/2016, can be found at https://www.ndsu.edu/news/view/detail/24443/

News release: New Plastic That Disappears When You Want It To

The news release found at https://www.ndsu.edu/research/news/detail/16161/ announces research done by CSMS researchers was published in Angewandte Chemie on 11/12/2014.

The journal article titled ‘Programmed Photodegradation of Polymeric/Oligomeric Materials Derived from Renewable Bioresources’ can be read at http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/anie.201408492

 

 

News release: NDSU grad student invited speaker at Gordon Research Seminar

RamyaPhotoRamya Raghunathan, one of North Dakota State University’s doctoral graduate students involved in the Center for Sustainable Materials Science research, was invited to speak at the prestigious Gordon Research Seminar on Photochemistry that was held July 18-19, 2015 at Stonehill College, Easton, Massachusetts. Her presentation, ‘A Sustainable Approach: Employing Light for the Degradation of Polymer/Oligomer Derived from Renewable Resources’, is based on research she and others involved with the Center for Sustainable Materials Science are conducting on biomass materials that are degradable with light. More information from the NDSU News release about Ramya’s presentation at can be found here.

A journal article about the center’s research on degradable biomass materials was published last year in Angewandte Chemie and received global attention. An announcement about this journal article can be found at NDSU News here.