Innovation Hall, the second building in UVM’s new STEM complex, will soon house one of the most advanced instruments in science and engineering research today – a Tip-Enhanced nano-Raman Spectroscopy unit (TERS). It’s a microscope so refined it can measure things 10,000 times smaller than the width of a human hair.
University of Vermont Professor of Chemistry Rory Waterman was selected as a member of the 2019 class of Fellows of the American Chemical Society (ACS).
- 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
- Matthias Brewer Co-Publishes New Research in Journal of American Chemical Society
- Faculty Awarded $2 Million Grant to Research Treatment Options for Chronic Pain
- Rory Waterman Looks to Expand the CURE Model
- Applications Open for High School STEM Program at UVM
- Molecular Crane-Arms Help Create Single-Handed Aromatic Molecules
- Assistant Professor Michael Ruggiero Guides Students to Find Meaning in the Lab
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