Student Research Presentations in Chemistry and Biochemistry
Selected Examples of Student Research Projects Presented at National Meetings
Ryan Monahan attended the 2015 Annual Sigma Xi Meeting in Kansan City
A Mild and Eco-Friendly Reagent for Deprotection of Phenolic Methoxymethyl Ethers
- Research Team-members: Oghale Obaro-Best and Alya Aisyah Fadil Binti
- Faculty Research Mentor: Dr. Rajesh Sunasee
SUNY Plattsburgh Chemistry Students Present Research at the National American Chemical Society Meeting and Exposition in San Diego
Alesha Shafer and Thomas Sladewski at the National American Chemical Society Meeting and Exposition in San Diego, California in March, 2005. Alesha and Tom presented a poster on their research entitled “Ionic strength effects on the ultraviolet-visible spectrum of aqueous solutions of Congo Red.”
The meeting was attended by over 17,000 chemists.
Alesha and Tom received travel grants from SUNY Plattsburgh's College Auxiliary Services, which covered the majority of their travel expenses.
SUNY Plattsburgh Student Presents at the 32nd American Chemical Society Northeast Regional Meeting in Rochester
SUNY Plattsburgh student John T. Asare presented a poster session at the 32nd ACS (American Chemical Society) Northeast Regional Meeting in Rochester, New York, in October, 2004. The poster, entitled “Detection of Lead Ions in Aqueous Solution Using Quartz Crystal Microbalance” was the result of research John carried out at SUNY Plattsburgh with Dr. Ewa Pater and with the collaboration of Dr. Stanley Bruckenstein of SUNY Buffalo.
John has been admitted to medical schools in Maine and Florida.
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