Nine Students Present Research at National Chemistry Conference

Bowdoin chemistry and biochemstry majors at the ACS National Meeting & Exposition

Several chemistry and biochemistry students (including one 2012 graduate) recently presented their research at the April 7-11 National Meeting and Exposition of the American Chemical Society, which took place in New Orleans.

All nine Bowdoin students who applied to present were accepted, according to Professor of Chemistry and Environmental Studies Dharni Vasudevan. To be accepted, undergraduate student research has to be at an advanced stage, as well as be original and potentially worthy of publication, she said.

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