Two Taylor chemistry students and two faculty attended the National Meeting of the American Chemical Society in New Orleans this Spring. In total, the research efforts of three TU undergraduates and three professors were presented. They also enjoyed some great Cajun food!
- “Characterization of the mass spectra energetics of butane and propanol derivatives via ab initio methods”, Ally Burke, Gabe Saliba, Dan King, and D. Brandon Magers
- “Ammonium ligand binding to dibenzo-18-crown-6 in solvent”, Brielle Tilson, D. Brandon Magers David Reha, Babak Minofar, and Jannette Carey
- "Democratized cloud-based computational chemistry in support of undergraduate chemical education and citizen science", D. Brandon Magers, Reid Bishop, David O’Gwynn, and Harley McAlexander
- "A redesign of the first general chemistry lab session: Introducing the research process", Dan King, D. Brandon Magers, and Tricia Stan