chemistry

Xenon Research at UK's Particle Accelerator: Erin Peters

Erin Peters is a graduate student in the Chemistry Department, president of the Chemistry Graduate Student Association at UK, and graduate research assistant to Steven Yates. In this interview, Peters talks about her research at UK’s particle accelerator.

This podcast was produced by Stephen Gordinier.

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Pear-Shaped Nuclei, Particle Accelerators, and Zebras: Steven Yates

Steven Yates is an Arts & Sciences Distinguished Professor who works in the departments of both Chemistry and Physics and Astronomy.

In this interview, Yates discusses his recent collaboration with the iThemba Laboratory, a nuclear particle accelerator facility in Cape Town, South Africa.

This podcast was produced by Stephen Gordinier.

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Marcia Payne

“I didn’t want to rush into the next step after undergrad so I took some time off,” Payne said. “Then, I sort of came to the point where I wanted a plan for the rest of my life.”
Knowing that she wanted to continue to study chemistry but also wanting to foster her other life passions, Payne picked UK and started her graduate work in 2000.

Dongtao Cui

Chemistry Graduate Student

Miranda Lange

Chemistry Ph.D. Student

Lisa Blue

Don’t be fooled by her last name. The most important color to chemistry graduate student, Lisa Blue, is definitely green.

Benny G. Johnson

One-on-one teaching assistance is hard to come by in math and science courses, where many students struggle to understand balancing equations, solving for variables, and applying formulas. To address the problem, Benny G. Johnson, Sr., and Dale Holder joined forces, merging chemistry, computer programming and teaching philosophy to create Quantum Tutors, the first artificial intelligence tutoring program for the sciences.

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