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Announcements : Parent Chem Lab

Announcements

Welcome Austin and Yutaro!

A big Parent lab welcome to Austin MacRae and Yutaro Aimoto. Austin joins our research group as a new graduate student in chemistry at NDSU, and is working with the CSMS developing more sustainable syntheses of polymer building blocks. Yutaro is a visiting graduate student from Prof. Ken Sakai’s lab at Kyushu university, and will […]

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Congratulations to Hannah!

Congratulations to Hannah, who graduated NDSU last fall and will be taking a position in Colorado. We will miss you in the lab!

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Congratulations to Christian, Hashini, and Hanna on their Dalton Paper!

Our group’s first manuscript has just been published in Dalton Transactions! Congratulations to Christian, Hashini, and Hanna for all of their hard work. You can read their article on C-H bond oxidation by Ru on the RSC website here: Electrochemical properties and C-H bond oxidation activity of [Ru(tpy)(pyalk)Cl]+ and [Ru(tpy)(pyalk)OH]+.

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Parent Lab at the ACS GLRM in Fargo!

Parent Lab at the ACS GLRM in Fargo!

Congratulations to everyone in the lab for excellent presentations at the ACS Great Lakes Regional meeting in Fargo last week! We got a lot of great comments from the conference participants, and are back in the lab ready to make them into reality!

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Welcome Andrew to the Lab!

We are pleased to announce that Andrew Kalbach, a first-year graduate student in the Chemistry program at NDSU, has joined our lab group. Welcome Andrew!

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Recruiting Undergraduate Students for the 2016-2017 School Year

We are recruiting interested undergraduate students for the 2016-17 school year! During the school year students typically spend 2-4 hours per week in the lab, and will be trained in inorganic and organic synthetic methods. We anticipate training 2-3 students this year, with preference given to students pursuing degrees in Chemistry or Biochemistry. Students who […]

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Recruiting Graduate Student in Organic/Inorganic Chemistry

As part of our commitment to the NDSU EPSCoR Center for Sustainable Materials Science (CSMS), we are recruiting an incoming graduate student to study polymer drying agents. During their rotations, interested students will gain experience characterizing homogeneous inorganic catalysts and modeling the kinetics of catalytic reactions. More details will be provided at Prof. Parent’s recruitment […]

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Recruiting Graduate Student in Bioinorganic Chemistry

We are recruiting incoming graduate students interested in inorganic or bioinorganic chemistry to work on developing complete solar water splitting devices. During your rotation you will perform proof of concept experiments using NDSU’s TEM facilities, and will get experience working with nanoparticles. More details will be available at Prof. Parent’s recruitment presentation on August 15th. […]

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How Our Research Got Started

How Our Research Got Started

Each day we break down sugars, fats, and proteins in order to obtain the energy we need to survive. Central to this process is the consumption of oxygen to effect the efficient re-oxidation of reduced co-enzymes. Oxygen is also widely used in other biochemical processes, demonstrating its versatility as an oxidant. In spite of oxygen’s […]

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