These days, “nanomaterials” — extremely tiny materials — are found in many consumer goods. Dr. Adam Wanekaya, associate professor of chemistry, has researched nanomaterials since his days as a doctoral student in the early 2000s.
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Sometimes, it’s the smallest step that can prove to be the biggest help during processes in nature. Dr. Matthew Siebert, assistant professor of chemistry at Missouri State University, recently published an article investigating two pathways for one plant process in developing rotenone. “Rotenone is an interesting chemical,” said Siebert. “It is used as pesticide, or […]
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New York Times best-selling science writer and author Sam Kean will visit Missouri State University on March 30 to speak about his book “The Disappearing Spoon and Other True Tales of Madness, Love and the History of the World from the Periodic Table of Elements.” The book follows the tale of each element in the […]
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New York Times best-selling author and popular science writer Sam Kean will be giving a talk in the PSU Theater at Missouri State University on Wednesday, March 30th from 5:00 – 6:00 pm followed by a book-signing where you’ll have the opportunity to buy a signed copy of one of his books. Admission to the event is free. For further details on Sam Kean and this talk, please visit http://samkean.com/.
This talk is sponsored by the MSU Chemistry Department Advisory Board, the Ozarks Local Section of the American Chemical Society, and the MSU College of Natural & Applied Sciences.
This is a reminder that the Student Affiliates of the American Chemical Society will be holding its first general meeting of the semester tomorrow (1/26) at 4:30 PM in Temple Hall room 143. We will be doing our liquid nitrogen ice cream demo and talking about events coming up this semester (including the Sertoma Pre-Chili Cook-off on Saturday). We will also be holding nominations for the vacant Vice President position.
See you tomorrow!
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The student affiliates of the American Chemical Society will be holding its second Adopt-a-Street clean-up of the semester this Saturday, November 7th.
We will follow the event with a trip to get some sweet treats! If you are available, please meet on the stairs to the west entrance of Temple (the side facing Bear Park South and John Q. Hammons Parkway) at 10:00 am. We will carpool to our location.
If you have work gloves you could bring, go ahead and bring those as well! Hope to see you there!