CSU's $1 billion comprehensive campaign is off to an impressive start.
Prieto, associate professor of chemistry in the College of Natural Sciences, will give a talk titled 'Inexpensive, efficient approaches for energy conversion and storage,' 6:30-8 p.m., May 24 at the Lory Student Center North Ballroom.
Neilson is a solid-state chemist who seeks to understand and control the formation of materials, along with their structures and properties – materials by design.
The award recognizes outstanding contributions to the chemistry of fluorine, the lightest halogen and most reactive chemical element in the periodic table.
Chemistry faculty members Amy Prieto and Jamie Neilson have been jointly awarded $1 million from the Keck Foundation to develop a novel method for discovering new, functional materials.
Thomson Reuters publishes the annual list that represents “some of the world’s most influential scientific minds.”
Chemists have concocted a completely recyclable, biodegradable polymer, paving a potential new road to truly sustainable, petroleum-free plastics.
Prieto Battery, a Colorado State University spinoff company, has announced a business collaboration with Intel’s New Business Group, and an initial investment from Intel Capital.