CLS Presents at the ACS National Meeting
CLS faculty and cadets from the Chemistry, Life Science, and Chemical Engineering programs attended and presented research at the American Chemical Society National Meeting and Expo entitled "Chemistry for New Frontiers" in Orlando, FL. Dr. Dawn Riegner and CDTs Jess Lewis '19 and Haven Bethune '20 presented "Synthesis and Characterization of Electrospun Polymer fibers Doped with Quantum Dots," while LTC Bull, MAJ Kaminski (PANE), and CDT Kenji Onaka '19 presented "Analysis of Synthetic Nuclear Melt Glass (urban) using x-ray Fluoroscopy" and "Development of Synthetic Nuclear Melt Glass Representative of an Urban, Post-detonation Environment for Forensic Analysis." COL Burpo also attended and presented his research on "DNA Biotemplated 3-D Copper Nanowire Composite Films" and "Gelatin-cellulose Nanofiber Biotemplated Platinum Nanowire Porous Fibers."