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"Casting a Wide Net": Research by Kristin Bowman-James highlighted by DOE

Monday, May 1, 2017

On May 1, 2017, the Department of Energy Office of Science published "Casting a Wide Net" on their web site highlighting research by KU Chemistry's Distinguished Professor Kristin Bowman-James.  Bowman-James is collaborating with Prof. Jonathan L. Sessler, Univ. of Texas, Bruce A. Moyer, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, and Amar H. Flood, Indiana University to design molecules that can potentially have "positive impacts in energy production by selectively removing unwanted ions from complex solutions."  Please click here for the DOE's Science Highlight.



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