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CiCS Mentoring Program to Launch in April

Robert C. Robbins Finalist for University of Arizona Presidency

2017 BECUR Conference Highlights

CiCS Mentoring Program to Launch in April

Robert C. Robbins Finalist for University of Arizona Presidency

2017 BECUR Conference Highlights

Spotlights

Faculty

Winners of the 2016 Catalyst Awards for Outstanding Entrepreneurial Activities in the Chemical Sciences, which was sponsored this year by Nguyen & Tarbet Patent Law and Tech Launch Arizona, are as follows:

Research

Transfer of charges across the interface between an organic semiconductor and an optically transparent, conductive oxide (TCO) electrode, such as indium-tin oxide (ITO), is a fundamental process in the operation of organic solar cells (OSCs) and organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs).

Students

I am a fifth-year graduate student in Analytical Chemistry working for Dr. Michael Heien. My work focuses on developing instrumentation to measure neurochemical processes.