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December 3, 2014

Atmospheric carbon dioxide used for energy storage products

Originally published by OSU News and Research Communications December 2, 2014 CORVALLIS, Ore. – Chemists and engineers at Oregon State University have discovered a fascinating new way to take some of the atmospheric carbon dioxide that’s causing the greenhouse effect and use it to make an advanced, high-value material for use in energy storage products. […]

June 17, 2014

Undergraduate of the Quarter – Spring 2014 – Chris Heron

Chris Heron has been selected as one of our Undergrads of the Quarter for Spring 2014.  Chris was born in Corvallis, OR.  Prior to coming to OSU, Chris was in the United States Army – serving 3 separate tours in Iraq and was stationed in both Georgia and Colorado – finishing at the rank of Staff […]

March 31, 2014

Kristen Kaya on Undergraduate Research

Who is your PI? – David Ji How did you get into Undergraduate Research? – I got into UG research because I heard of it from a T.A. at the Mole Hole.  He, like me, had a scholarship requiring a certain amount of credits, and he told me that it was a nice way to […]

August 5, 2013

Scientific Reports Publication

Wei Luo, Xingeng Wang, Colin Meyers, Nick Wannenmacher, Weekit Sirisaksoontorn, Mike Lerner and David Ji recently published an article in Scientific Reports entitled Efficient Fabrication of Nanoporous Si and Si/Ge Enabled by a Heat Scavenger in Magnesiothermic Reactions.  Congratulations everyone and keep up the good work!!

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