A Lawrence Technological University chemistry professor is hoping the new book he edited will serve as a catalyst for new and better materials used in everything from pharmaceuticals to fertilizers to pollution remediation. The book is called “Catalysis by Metal Complexes and Nanomaterials: Fundamentals and Applications.”
Where is all the antimatter? Established theories predict our universe should have similar amounts of matter and antimatter. But almost everything we see around us, from here to the edge of the observable universe, is matter. Why? A Lawrence Technological University physics professor has received a three-year, $135,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to try to figure that out—with the help of LTU undergraduate students.
A Lawrence Technological University physics professor has won a three-year, $179,997 grant from the National Science Foundation to model the behavior of superheated “soups” of subatomic particles that were formed in the earliest moments after the Big Bang.
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