Friday, April 17, 2015
Wednesday, April 15, 2015
Students will quantify the amount of various metal ions accumulating in the stream bed soil.
If it's not messy, it's not fun!
Thursday, April 9, 2015
The tradition of research projects in the Organic Chemistry 2 course continues. Here, a few of the students in the "analytical group" prepare a batch of samples to be analyzed by GCMS.
Be sure to ask the students in Organic Chemistry what there working on!
Students, faculty, administration, staff, trustees, alumni and many guests attend the groundbreaking ceremony for the Larita R. Borne Campus Center.
Tuesday, March 24, 2015
Some of our favorite demonstrations were on display Tuesday evening, including lots of fire, colors, smoke, and slime! Here are a few examples...
Dr. Hammond doing balloon animals before he shrunk them with liquid nitrogen.
Dr. Kroll and James making ice cream with liquid nitrogen.
Dr. Stan shares some tips on making slime, nylon, and how to shrink peeps.
Dr. Magers ignites a variety of metals and makes some pretty colors.
Monday, March 23, 2015
Sunday, March 22, 2015
Emily Hart, Jon Gray, Nathan Pavey, Drew Pemberton, and Haram Ko (right to left) each presented their research at the annual IAS meeting in Indianapolis. Their research projects included topics such as reaction kinetics, metal concentrations in fish organs, an integrated instrumental methodology for FTIR, TGA, and GCMS, and assessing Essential Tremors. Be sure to ask them about their experience!