Four Students Present Research At Chemical Society Meeting

March 17 2016
Category: Events

Four students from Dr. Corey Stilts' research group presented their research at the National American Chemical Society meeting in San Diego on March 14th, 2016. Christopher Hall ’16 and Fatima Iqbal ’16 presented their research on using Arduino microprocessors to monitor the synthesis of aspirin. Mallori Bolter ’16 and Nicole Mulready ’16 presented their research on adding synthetically available functional groups on 3D printed objects.


(From Left to Right) Christopher Hall ’16 and Fatima Iqbal ’16 presented their research on using Arduino microprocessors to monitor the synthesis of aspirin. 


(From Left to Right) Mallori Bolter ’16 and Nicole Mulready ’16 presented their research on adding synthetically available functional groups on 3D printed objects.

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