Chemistry Department News
Posted: in Analytical, Research, Student, Mar 06, 2015
Two of Dr. Woolley’s students, Mukul Sonker and Jayson Pagaduan, received honorable mention at the 3MT competition for the College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences on February 20, 2015.
3MT, or 3 Minute Thesis, is a relatively new program at BYU where graduate students are given three minutes to explain their theses and win the interest of a diverse audience. The 3MT format was developed by the University of Queensland to help students in ...
Posted: in Alumni, Biochemistry, Research, Feb 25, 2015
Despite previous setbacks, Rebecca Plimpton lands publication in major science journal.
Read the full article here.
The College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences held its College Annual Awards Banquet on Friday, February 6, 2015.
Guests included full-time faculty, administrative and staff employees, professors emeriti, and retirees from the College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences. Three members of the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry received special awards at this conference: Sue Mortensen, Executive Department Secretary, received the Outstanding Staff/Administrative Employee Award for 2015; Linda Richards from the Chemistry Central Stockroom received ...
Posted: Feb 12, 2015
The Rex Lee Run for cancer research, now in its 20th year, will be held on March 7, 2015.
Read about the run here.
Would you like to support cancer research at BYU and honor loved ones with this disease?
Posted: in Faculty, Feb 12, 2015
Dr. Jeremy Johnson joins BYU faculty.
Read the full article here.
Jacob Schliesser, a graduate student from Vernal Utah, recently had an article published in Physical Review B.
Physical Review B is often acknowledged as the best journal for condensed matter research. “It is definitely the best Journal I’ve published in so far,” said Schliesser.
The article, “Lattice vacancies responsible for the linear dependence of the low-temperature heat capacity of insulating materials,” is actually Schliesser’s tenth paper to be accepted for publication. “I’ve ...
Posted: in Analytical, Physical, Student, Jan 29, 2015
PhD student Tayyebeh Panahi recently had an article published in the Journal of Chromatography A, one of the top journals that publishes work in analytical chemistry.
Panahi works in Dr. Roger Harrison’s lab developing new stationary phases for ion chromatography columns. She then applies these columns to the separation and detection of analytes in biofluids and environmental waters. Her article (on which she collaborated with Dr. Harrison, Dr. John Lamb, and Douglas Weaver) focuses ...
Posted: in Analytical, Student, Dec 18, 2014
Sambhav Kumbhani, a PhD student from Mumbai, India, won first place for his poster at the 33rd annual American Association of Aerosol Research (AAAR) Conference in October 2014.
Kumbhani is a sixth year graduate student at BYU. He received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of Mumbai, but was drawn to BYU because of Dr. Jaron Hansen’s atmospheric chemistry research. Hansen’s lab collaborates closely with two retired professors ...