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James Blakemore receives DOE Early Career Award

Thursday, June 21, 2018

We are pleased to announce that Assistant Professor James Blakemore has received a Department of Energy Office of Science's Early Career Award.  He is among 84 scientists to receive funding as part of this year's initiative.  The DOE Early Career Research Program is in its ninth year.  The title of Blakemore's abstract is "Uranyl Capture and Activation with Lewis Acids and Macrocyclic Hosts." 

Congratulations Prof. Blakemore and the Blakemore Research Group!

Click here for more infomation about the DOE Early Career Awards. 



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