Lauren’s paper on Indian cookstoves

Lauren published a scientific paper in Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics on emissions of pollutants from Indian cookstoves. An estimated 3 billion people worldwide burn solid fuels (charcoal, wood, agricultural residues) to cook. These inefficient cookstoves give off a lot of smoke. Over time, inhaling smoke leads to adverse health effects

chem.with.kellen featured in AAAS piece

Kellen with one of her reactions going on in a hood

Check out this piece Kellen wrote for AAAS Public Engagement Reflections! The piece features her Instagram chem.with.kellen — and how she uses it to document her personal everyday interactions with chemistry. She says it’s a really fun way to interact with science, in photos of everyday things that are accompanied by

Samantha’s discovery and more!

Sam with a fish in the field

Samantha Leigh recently published her paper “Seagrass digestion by a notorious ‘carnivore‘” in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B. This research provides groundbreaking evidence of the first known omnivorous shark species! It has been reported on by multiple media outlets including The New York Times, The Guardian, and more! Check out her