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Research in the Tennyson lab harnesses redox chemistry to address unsolved challenges in medicine and environmental remediation. Their highly-interdisciplinary research projects lie at the interface of classical organometallic catalysis with biomaterials, oxidative stress, and sustainable building materials.
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Edward S. Rubin, professor at Carnegie Mellon University, co-authored a study on the potential of CO2 conversion to fuels, finding that carbon capture and utilization (CCU) has little potential to mitigate climate change, and could worsen the problem.
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Bee declines are of enormous societal relevance given the central role of bees as pollinators in both natural ecosystems as well as the human agricultural enterprise. The Brosi Lab tries to understand the causes and implications of bee declines, for both native bees as well as managed honey bees.
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The Kronforst Lab studies the evolution and genetics of adaptation and speciation, using butterflies as our primary model system.