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Congratulations to workshop participants Ellen Bryer and Elena van Stee, who have been awarded Institute of Education Sciences (IES) Predoctoral Fellowships through Penn GSE.
Congratulations to workshop participants Ellen Bryer and Elena van Stee, who have been awarded More)
Congratulations to workshop participants Shaquilla T.S. Harrigan and Nazar Khalid, who have been announced as recipients of the inaugural class of Presidential Ph.D. Fellows.
Congratulations to workshop participants Shaquilla T.S. Harrigan and Nazar Khalid, who have been announced as recipients of the inaugural class of More)
Selective Separation of Hexachloroplatinate(IV) Dianions Using Cucurbit[6]uril
We would like to acknowledge the collaborative efforts of Huang Wu, Leighton O. Jones, Wenqi Liu, George C. Schatz, and J. Fraser Stoddart at Northwestern University as they have successfully demonstrated instantaneous co-crystallization and concomit (More)
CSSM Director Quoted in Grist Article
CSSM Director, Eric Schelter, was interviewed and quoted for an article in Grist, describing opportunities for extracting rare earth metals from coal burning waste. The article “The plan to turn coal country into a rare earth powerhouse,” by Maddie S (More)
Coffee with Chemists: LGBTQ+ Life in Academic Chemistry
On March 15, 2021, Professor Nancy S. B. Williams, Professor Andre K. Isaacs, and Professor Jenifer C. Shafer participated in the CSSM "Coffee with Chemists" panel series. Members of the chemistry community submitted questions for the panel about the (More)
Dr Thea Riofrancos presents The Endless Frontier: Green Technologies, Geopolitics, and Planetary Extraction
On May 3, Dr Thea Riofrancos, assistant professor of political science at Providence College and an Andrew Carnegie Fellow, presented a talk highlighting the relationship between metals extraction, territoriality and challenges to the social and poli (More)
New Managing Director
CSSM welcomes our new Managing Director, Dr Marta Guron!  Dr Guron comes with experience in management, sustainability, pedagogy and outreach and will be a great asset to the Center. (More)
Dr Jonathan Sessler has been elected to the National Academy of Sciences!
CSSM Affiliate, Prof. Jonathan Sessler, UT Austin, has been elected to the National Academy of Sciences! This honor acknowledges his commitment to the highest cali (More)
Dr. Sibrina N. Collins Presents Superhero Science: The Importance of Storytelling in Chemical Education
On March 29, 2021, Dr Sibrina Collins, the Executive Director of the Marburger STEM Center at Lawrence Technological University, presented on her work, entitled "Superhero Science: The Importance of Storytelling in Chemical Education." The presentati (More)
New Paper on Tellurium Chemistry Towards Recycling of Photovoltaics
[et_pb_section][et_pb_row][et_pb_column type="4_4"][et_pb_text] Congratulations to CSSM members Jerod M. Kieser, Leighton O. Jones, Nathan J. Lin, Matthias Zeller, George C. Schatz, and Suzanne C. Bart for their new publication: “Synthesis and Cha (More)
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