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May 31, 2017

Undergraduate of the Quarter – Spring 2017 – Matt Clark

Matt Clark has been awarded with the title of Spring 2017 Undergraduate of the Quarter and we couldn’t be happier for him. Although he plans to graduate by the end of this term, his experiences at Oregon State have left a lasting impact on him. During Matt’s undergraduate career at Oregon State, he has been […]

August 1, 2016

YlnMn Blue Goes Viral

We in the department prefer to call it Mas Blue after our beloved Mas Subramanian, a fact that causes him some embarrassment.  But we’re so proud of him and this serendipitous discovery.  Due to the viral nature of the news lately, we’re compiling a list of all the news outlets where we’ve spotted mentions of […]

October 19, 2015

National Chemistry Week – Celebrating the Colors of Our World

The 2015 National Chemistry Week theme is “Chemistry Colors Our World”.  The American Chemical Society is celebrating Chemistry Week to increase awareness for Chemistry.  Dr. Mas Subramanian’s research focuses on colorful materials, so he made a graphic featuring his pigment to help the NSF promote Chemistry. More information regarding the American Chemical Society, the National Science Foundation, National […]

November 25, 2014

Benton County Historical Museum Showcases Blue Discoveries

     Superstition says a bride needs four things on her wedding day. Something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue. Milton Harris Professor of Materials Science, Mas Subramanian provided all four of those things recently to the Benton Country Historical Museum for their newest exhibit, Something Old, Something Blue. Something old came in the […]

November 5, 2014

Accidentally Blue: Mas Subramanian featured in Terra Magazine

Originally published in Terra Magazine By: Nick Houtman October 15, 2014 Mas Subramanian didn’t expect to find a brilliant blue pigment when he was looking for new semiconductors. But the Milton Harris Chair Professor of Materials Science in the Oregon State University Department of Chemistry was shocked in 2009 when he saw a graduate student […]

May 26, 2014

Casey Young on Undergraduate Research

Who is your PI? – Mas Subramanian Do you have a Graduate Student/Post-Doc Mentor? – Sean Muir How did you learn about the position? – My best friend, who had been working in the research group for two terms prior, introduced me to the P.I. Why did you get into Undergraduate Research? – I wanted to obtain […]

April 28, 2014

Omar Rachdi on Undergraduate Research

Who is your PI? – Mas Subramanian Do you have a Graduate Student/Post-Doc Mentor? – Sean Muir How did you learn about the position? – After class my chemistry instructor introduced me to a graduate student within the Chemistry department who was researching different kinds of synthesis methods for making superconductors. Since then I have […]

March 24, 2014

Living in a New, Colorful Materials World

College of Science Chemistry Professor Mas Subramanian will discuss the discovery of new pigments with energy-saving applications in the 2014 F.A. Gilfillan Memorial Lecture May 6 at 6:15 pm at the LaSells Stewart Center. Subramanian is the 2013 recipient of the F.A. Gilfillan Award for Distinguished Scholarship in Science recognizing College of Science faculty who have […]

February 3, 2014

Mas Subramanian spotted in Campaign for OSU Video

Mas Subramanian and some other College of Science folks were spotted in this Campaign for OSU Video. http://campaignforosu.org/newsletter/2014/winter/featured/billion_slideshow.htm Congratulations OSU on beating our $1 Billion record!

May 30, 2012

Undergraduate of the Quarter – Spring 2012 – Matt Stolt

Matthew Stolt has been selected as an undergrad chem major of the quarter for Spring 2012.  Matt was born and raised in Oregon – growing up in the Beaverton area. He attended Jesuit High School.  He cites his big brother as a significant influence in his life including encouraging him to attend Jesuit High School as well […]

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