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Mitchell DiPasquale

Michael Nguyen, Mitchell DiPasquale, and Brett Rickeard visit the NIST Center for Neutron ResearchUWindsor graduate students Michael Nguyen, Mitchell DiPasquale, and Brett Rickeard visit the NIST Center for Neutron Research, a neutron beam facility in Gaithersburg, Maryland. A $14.25 million federal grant will fund new neutron beam equipment in Canada and access to similar facilities in the U.S.

UWindsor researcher signs on to effort building new Canadian neutron beams

UWindsor prof Drew Marquardt, president of the Canadian Institute for Neutron Scattering, supported a project to produce neutron beams in Canada.

Omotayo Gbadamosi, an undergraduate student in Integrative Biology, left, and doctoral student Mitchell DiPasquale, are part Drew Marquart’s research team studying how vitamin E acetate found in some vaping liquids damages lungs.Omotayo Gbadamosi, an undergraduate student in Integrative Biology, left, and doctoral student Mitchell DiPasquale, are part Drew Marquart’s research team studying how vitamin E acetate found in some vaping liquids damages lungs.

UWindsor vaping research grabs international attention

Research by UWindsor’s Drew Marquardt into how vaping injures the lungs has captured the attention of the chemistry world. 

A recent paper by Dr. Marquardt and his team, published recently in the journal Chemical Research in Toxicology, is featured in the American Chemical Society’s latest news release.

Stephen Loeb, Mitchell DiPasquale, Jacqueline GemusProfessor Stephen Loeb congratulates prize-winning chemistry students Mitchell DiPasquale and Jacqueline Gemus.

Students claim prizes at chemistry conference

Two UWindsor students received honours at the Southern Ontario Undergraduate Chemistry Conference, March 18 at York University.

Jacqueline Gemus, a student in professor Rob Schurko’s research group, won first prize in physical chemistry.

Dr. Schurko says Gemus’ main area of interest is the mechanochemical synthesis of porous framework materials known as zeolitic imidazolate frameworks (ZIFs) and the use of solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance to monitor the formation of these amazing framework materials.