Brandi Cossairt wins Seattle AWIS 2015 Award for Early Career Achievement

Cossairt_HeadShot_sqAssistant Professor Brandi Cossairt has been awarded the 2015 Award for Early Career Achievement from the Seattle chapter of the Association for Women in Science. The award, which recognizes a woman who has led her own research lab or program for less than six years in an academic, non-profit or industry setting who shows exceptional potential for leadership and innovation in her field, will be presented at the AWIS Seattle Awards Dinner in June 2015.

To learn more about Professor Cossairt and her research, please visit her faculty page and research group website.

Boydston research group has back-to-back papers highlighted in C&E News

boydstonResearch by Assistant Professor AJ Boydston and his group has been featured in two recent articles in the American Chemical Society’s Chemical & Engineering News. An article in the December 18, 2014 issue highlights his research on polymers that change color when stretched (http://cen.acs.org/articles/92/web/2014/12/3-D-Printed-Polymer-Devices.html). Just one month later, an article in the January 19, 2015 issue summarized the Boydston group’s research on a metal-free route to prepare polymers (http://cen.acs.org/articles/93/i3/Radical-Polymer-Approach.html).

For more information about Professor Boydston and his research program, please visit his faculty page and research group website.