The reaction uses phosphorus to stitch together molecular rings called pyridines.
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ProtoDUNE is the critical testing and validation precursor to DUNE, which is scheduled to start taking neutrino data in approximately 2026. CSU researchers are working on the first of two ProtoDUNE cryostats.
The free, public lecture, by University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Jo Handelsman, will take place at 3:30 p.m. in the LSC Theatre.
A sophisticated new tool that can make extremely small objects – too small to see with the eye alone – will mean big things for science across campus.
Professor Wolfgang Bangerth’s software has a worldwide community of users and is now on version 9.0.
Together with trauma care doctors, CSU chemists may soon play a key role in making next-generation extracorporeal life support devices more effective and less invasive.
Researchers have put chemistry to work on a simple, inexpensive way to identify falsified antibiotics, offering a practical solution to a real problem in the developing world.
Researchers led by biology professor Cameron Ghalambor are launching a study of microgeographic adaptation strategies of island scrub-jays, North America’s only island-endemic bird.
The next big advances in computer memory, digital storage and other electronics are going to come from very small places: the spins of individual electrons.
A $1.2 million appropriation in the new law will go to CSU’s efforts to train students and the workforce in modern cybersecurity practices and procedures.