Close your eyes and picture yourself seated in a chemistry classroom, poised for notetaking. You’re probably expecting a lecture filled with complex diagrams, however today’s class is different. Instead of a lecture, you watched a video on the subject matter the night before.
A team of scientists at the University of Vermont have invented a new tool—they call it a “nanocage”—that can catch and straighten out molecule-sized tangles of polymers.
- Jianing Li Wins NSF Career Award
- Junior Faculty Members Earn Prestigious Chemistry Division Awards
- Chemistry Graduate Students Land Jobs in Industry and Academia
- NSF Grant Funds State-of-the-Art Microscope
- Prof. Rory Waterman Named ACS Fellow
- Erik Ruggles Wins UVM Teaching Award
- Jessica Bocanegra Wins UVM Outstanding Teaching Assistant of the Year Award
- Islamiyat Lawal Wins International Peace Scholarship Award
- Severin Schneebeli Wins an NSF Career Award
- Chemistry Grad Student Helps Blaze Trails for Women in Science
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