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Two new grants support Professor Tao's research

Friday, April 12, 2019

Professor Franklin Tao’s research is getting a boost from both the National Science Foundation and the Department of Energy. NSF has awarded Tao a $305,000 three-year grant for “Understanding the restructuring of model metal catalysts in reactant gases.” Additonally, a two-year, $339,000 DOE grant will fund “Understanding of catalytic transformation of shale gas and development of catalysts with high activity and selectivity through experimental exploration and theoretical simulation.” Tao is a KU associate professor of Chemical & Petroleum Engineering.



CEBC Calendar

April 28, Tuesday - Doctoral Defense by Yuting (Emily) Li
8:00 a.m., online via Zoom

April 30, Thursday - Doctoral Defense by Dylan Jantz
3:00 p.m., online via Zoom

May 13, Wednesday - Mandatory Safety Meeting 

 

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