April 18 2017
Dr. Corey Stilts, Associate Professor of Chemistry, and four science majors recently presented at the 253rd National American Chemical Society meeting in San Francisco.
Dr. Stilts presented on technologies incorporated into the chemistry curriculum at Elmira College.
Students, Diana Lutz '17 and Chris Konow '18 (above), presented research they completed with Dr. Stilts on using the Arduino Platform to automate chemical reactions.
Jared Smith '17 also presented research he completed with Dr. Stilts, which involved looking at Porphyrins as photodynamic sensitizers for the treatment of bacterial infections.
Brandon Davis '17, who completed his research with Dr. Betsy Smith, Assistant Professor of Biochemistry, presented research on analyzing mutations in the enzyme E. coli carbamoyl phosphate synthetase I.