Chemists Go To Nationals!
Faculty and students from the SUNY New Paltz Chemistry Department presented a total of four research posters (listed below) at the national meeting of the American Chemical Society held in Philadelphia, PA on August 17-20. New Paltz chemistry students regularly travel to conferences to present the results of their research.
- “Thermodynamics of single stranded oligonucleotide folding,” Chelsea Hull and Prof. Pamela St. John
- “Synthesis and antimicrobial activity of tricyclic alpha pinene derivatives,” Daniel Tzvi Cohen, Cynthia Colon, Giovanna Deluca, Prof. Preeti Dhar, and Prof. Maureen Morrow
- “Membrane-bound biosurfactant production by Pseudomonas putida grown on polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons,” Kerri S. DeGroat and Prof. Megan A. Ferguson
- “Preparation, characterization, and kinetic studies of a pair of ruthenium-thiocyanato linkage isomers,” Matthew Buck, Lucas Vandenburgh, and Prof. Daniel A. Freedman