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December 17, 2014
LeClaire-Dow Instrumentation Facility critical to researchers
Nestled on the first floor of Kolthoff Hall is the LeClaire-Dow Instrumentation Facility, which houses the Mass Spectrometry Laboratory, the Nuclear Magnetic Resonance laboratory, and the X-Ray Crystallographic Laboratory. Read More
December 17, 2014
Long-time employees critical to department activities
Long-time employees Chris Lundby and Bruce Moe have encountered many interesting people over the years, experienced some strange and unusual events, adapted to change, and made and said goodbye to some good friends. Read More
Where Are They Now?
We have launched a new online and printed newsletter feature called Where Are They Now? It is easy to participate. Answer these questions:
- current position;
- education background;
- research that you were involved in at the University of Minnesota;
- work background highlights;
- and what one thing (research experience, professor, or course) from your experiences in the University of Minnesota Department of Chemistry prepared you for what you currently are doing or plan to do in the future?
Send your responses and a photo to Eileen Harvala, Department of Chemistry communications coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Check out our Where Are They Now? web page.
Daniel Weston is a research scientist—post-doctoral fellow—in the Department of Chemistry at Northwestern University. He earned his bachelor's degree in chemistry from the University of Minnesota in 2005 under the tutelage of Professor Wayne Gladfelter, and his doctorate from the Northwestern University in 2010. Read More
Simon K. Simon, Ph.D., is a supervisor for Coating Research at Corning, Inc., organic and biochemical technologies research group. He earned his doctorate at the University of Minnesota in 2003, under the tutelage of Professor George Barany. Read More