A paper by Ms. Ashlyn Smith entitled Combining Agriculture and Energy Industry Waste Products to Yield Recyclable, Thermally-Healable Copolymers of Elemental Sulfur and Oleic Acid has been published in the journal Journal of Polymer Science A (IF = 2.591). Congratulations Ashlyn!
A paper in collaboration with Menisha Karunarathna in Prof. Rhett Smith’s group entitled Valorisation of waste to yield recyclable composites of elemental sulfur and lignin has been published in the journal Journal of Materials Chemistry A (IF = 10.733). Congratulations Menisha and Prof. Smith!
Christian Rausch successfully defended his doctoral dissertation today – congratulations Dr. Rausch!
A paper by Dr. Yamin Htet and Ms. Zhuomin Lu entitled Hydrogen peroxide as a hydride donor and biologically-relevant reductant has been published in the journal Chemical Science (IF = 9.063). Congratulations Dr. Htet and Zhuomin!
Ms. Ashlyn Smith, who completed her M.S. under the mentorship of Prof. John Reynolds at the University of Florida, has joined the Tennyson Lab as a new graduate student. Welcome to the team, Ashlyn!
A paper in collaboration with Timmy Thiounn in Prof. Rhett Smith’s group entitled Thermally-Healable Network Solids of Sulfur-Crosslinked Poly(4-allyloxystyrene) has been published in the journal RSC Advances (IF = 2.936). Congratulations Timmy and Prof. Smith!
Hamidou Keita successfully defended his doctoral dissertation today – congratulations Dr. Keita!
Qingzhao An successfully defended her doctoral dissertation today – congratulations Dr. An!
The Fats & Proteins Research Foundation has awarded a new grant in the amount of $97,307 for the Tennyson Lab to develop fatty acid-based biomaterials in collaboration with Prof. Rhett Smith’s group.
Dr. Yamin Htet was honored by the Clemson University Research Foundation and the Clemson Inventor’s Club for being a co-inventor on the patent entitled Self-Regenerating Antioxidant Catalysts and Methods of Using the Same (US Patent No US2016151773 A1). Congratulations Dr. Htet!