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GSA president wants to bring out the best in graduate students

GSA president wants to bring out the best in graduate students

Lee Belding wants to find the best ways to bring graduate students out of their research shells without emergency measures being involved.

Brock team makes advance in green catalysis

Brock team makes advance in green catalysis

A team of Brock University researchers has taken a major step in making chemical reactions cheaper and greener.

Another award for chemistry prof Hudlicky

Another award for chemistry prof Hudlicky

The Canadian Society for Chemistry has awarded Tomas Hudlicky its 2014 R.U. Lemieux Award.

Brock chemist receives highest academic honour

Brock chemist receives highest academic honour

Brock University chemist Tomas Hudlicky has been elected a fellow in Canada’s top academic body.

Faculty and students rock out during Friday lunchtime concerts

Faculty and students rock out during Friday lunchtime concerts

They know their way around a science lab but they’re just as comfortable on a stage.

Chemist takes silicones in green direction

Chemist takes silicones in green direction

A thick, juicy steak and household caulking didn’t have much in common until organic chemist Paul Zelisko came up with a potentially game-changing process in silicone-based polymer production.

Mother and two children graduate together

Mother and two children graduate together

Mary Jane Bauer has plans for her newly earned Bachelor of Education degree.

Brock researcher named innovator of the year

Brock researcher named innovator of the year

Chemist Tomas Hudlicky can now add “innovator” to his many titles.

Brock alum gets University’s help to launch green business

Brock alum gets University’s help to launch green business

David D’Angelo was intrigued by the concept of biodegradable forks, knives, spoons and other utensils, a technology his father stumbled across while running factories in China.

Brock researcher to study effects of flame retardants on Great Lakes

Brock researcher to study effects of flame retardants on Great Lakes

Flame retardants - chemicals that prevent or minimize the spread of fire - are all around us, contained in mattresses, computers, television sets, microwave ovens and many other household items.

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