“Prevalence of Bimolecular Reactions for Activating Bonds on Noble Metal Catalysts”

Chemical Engineering Seminar: “Prevalence of Bimolecular Reactions for Activating Bonds on Noble Metal Catalysts” Catalysis will continue to shape the chemical and energy industries as we attempt to shift from petroleum-based feedstocks towards renewable resources. Understanding catalysis at the molecular level requires a combination of catalyst characterization, as well as kinetic, isotopic, and theoretical studies…

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ChemE PhD Student Receives Award for Presentation Work During the 2017 ERN Conference

  Our doctoral student Bethzaely Fernandez (third from left to right in the photo) was awarded 2nd place for an oral presentation made in the Chemistry and Chemical Sciences session of the 2017 Emerging Researchers National Conference in STEM, Washington, DC, Marche 2-4, 2017. Bethzaely is a member of Dr. Arturo Hernandez’s research team and the…

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