Chemistry Students Present Again at ECS Meeting

Dr. Jason Keleher and Students Present at Electrochemical Society Meeting in Atlanta

Published: October 12, 2022.

Several Lewis University Chemistry students presented their research during a poster session at the 242nd Electrochemical Society Meeting in Atlanta. Dr. Jason Keleher, professor and chair of chemistry, mentored the students.

An oral presentation of "L01-2039 - Enhancing Electron Transfer in a Biomimetic Nanocomposite Electrode for Microbial Fuel Cell Applications" also was presented by Ian Deninger, Ashna K. Sran, and Keleher.

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