Interfaces, Sustainable Energy, and Electrochemistry
Welcome to ISEE, the blog about interfaces, sustainable energy, and electochemistry dedicated to those who are curious about such topics, but don’t study them for a career. Written by the graduate students in the Gebbie Lab, we hope to share our interpretation of some interesting research, history, applications, and concepts about interfaces, sustainable energy, and electrochemistry. Let’s get started!
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By: Elvis Umaña, Hrishikesh Tupkar, Beichen Liu February is Black History Month and as a science blog, we’d like to highlight some exceptional Black scientists who have made tremendous contributions to society. From inventing …February 14, 2022
Introduces a type of purification technique commonly used in the lab – alumina gel column chromatographyNovember 1, 2021
Interfaces are where a lot of really interesting things happen, which includes the formation of amazing lightning shows!August 2, 2021
by: Ryan Cashen I didn’t start programming until my Freshman year of college, where I was required to take a “Computational Programming” class as part of my Chemical Engineering curriculum. At first it was a …June 6, 2021
Undergraduate research can be an opportunity to learn new skills and to help with ongoing research projects.May 3, 2021