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L-R: Brea Rivard ’19, Jessica Woolf ’17, and Molly Wright ’17
L-R: Brea Rivard ’19, Jessica Woolf ’17, and Molly Wright ’17

UNE Chemistry Club receives two American Chemical Society awards

October 03, 2017

The University of New England Chemistry Club, a student chapter of the American Chemical Society (ACS), was recently recognized by the ACS Society Committee on Education Student Chapters Awards program...

Eva Rose Balog
Eva Rose Balog

UNE chemist Eva Rose Balog publishes in ‘ChemistrySelect’

September 13, 2017

Eva Rose Balog, Ph.D., assistant professor of chemistry, co-authored an article titled “Genetically Engineered Elastomeric Polymer Network through Protein Zipper Assembly,” which was published in June 2017 in the journal...

Molly Wright, Brea Rivard, and Jessica Woolf perform green chemistry activities at the Chem Demo Exchange.
Molly Wright, Brea Rivard and Jessica Woolf perform green chemistry activities at the American Chemical Society national meeting's Chem Demo Exchange. The UNE Chemistry Club received an Outstanding Student Chapter Award and a Green Chemistry Chapter Award at the meeting.

UNE students represent Chemistry Club at ACS meeting in San Francisco

April 19, 2017

Three members of the UNE Chemistry Club, President Molly Wright (Biochemistry, ’17), Vice President Jessica Woolf (Biochemistry, ’17) and Brea Rivard (Chemistry and Applied Mathematics, ’19) recently traveled to San...

UNE Chemistry Club

'inChemistry' magazine features two articles about UNE

December 15, 2016

The University of New England was well represented in the most recent edition of inChemistry magazine. The publication, which is published by The American Chemical Society (ACS), interviewed students in...

Professor Markus Frederich is the principal investigator on the grant from the National Science Foundation
Professor Markus Frederich is the principal investigator on the grant from the National Science Foundation

Semi-automated microscope will take UNE research to the next level

September 21, 2016

The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded $118,000 to the University of New England to purchase a FlowCam Imaging Particle Analysis System. A FlowCam is a semi-automated microscope to analyze...

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