An LSU and Penn State research team, including LSU Chemistry Associate Professor Revati Kumar, received a $1.5M grant from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to develop a smarter approach to ionic separations, which are important for water treatment, resource recovery, and energy production.
The 49th Southeast Magnetic Resonance Conference (SEMRC) will be held Oct. 22-24, 2021 (virtual). The SEMRC is held every year and rotates among locations in the southeastern region. The conference's focus is the exchange of ideas and recent magnetic resonance research highlights, including new applications and technique development.
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LSU Chemistry Assistant Professor Fatima Rivas and her research team are developing new chemical tools from natural products with the potential of treating human diseases.