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NOBCChE Black History Month Seminar: “Path to Success as an African American Scientist”

Members of NOBCChE UMD student Chapter and Dr. Kwaku Dayie along with Professor Jim Gates, UMCP and National Science Medal Recipient after the NOBCChE Black History Month Seminar: “Path to Success as an A
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Advancing Graduate Education in the Chemical Sciences

Report of the ACS Presidential Commission on Graduate Education in the Chemical Sciences By Bassam Z. Shakhashiri, Professor of Chemistry (UWis – Madison), Immediate Past President of the ACS, Graduate of th
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New 800 MHz NMR spectrometer being installed at the Biomolecular NMR Facility

A new 800 MHz NMR spectrometer, supported by a shared instrumentation grant from the National Science Foundation (co-PIs: Dayie, Fushman, Tugarinov, Sriram), has been delivered and is being installed at the
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Charged Nano-Membranes Could Make Resistance Futile

Charles R. Martin of the University of Florida will electrify UMD audiences with a talk about his latest innovation, a way to reduce resistance in electrochemical cells that he dubs “voltage-charged membr
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Newsletter – Vol. 3, No. 4, December 2012

Michael Doyle is a member of the American Chemical Society Commission on Advancing Graduate Education in the Chemical Sciences
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Tin-Carbon Nanocomposite Enables Fast-Charging Battery

If batteries had larger energy storage capacities, portable electronics and electric vehicles would spend less time tethered to electrical outlets. However, to make fast-charging, high-storage batteries, resear