Supramolecular Gold Stripping from Activated Carbo...
Sustainable Gold Separation Paper
Separation of Tellurium from Metal Chalcogenides Through Mild Anhydrous Chlorination
Congratulations to Madeleine Uible, Dr. Jerod Keiser, and Prof. Suzanne Bart from Purdue...Read More
2022 Anders Gustaf Ekeberg Tantalum Prize goes to CSSM Team!
Congratulations to the team of Dr. Alexander Weberg, Dr. Thibault Cheisson, Christian Uruburo, Dr....Read More
Soil Shop Helps Philadelphia-Local Community to Assess Hazards in Yard and Garden Soil
In a neighborhood in Philadelphia, members of the CSSM, in collaboration with our partners at The...Read More
Manuscript for K-12 Teachers Published through Expansive CSSM Collaboration!
On September 8, 2022, a manuscript titled, “Interdisciplinary Gamified Teaching of Critical...Read More
Sustainability Ambassadors 2022!
Thank you to everyone who came to our final Sustainability Ambassadors Program, SA 2022! Our...Read More
Trans in STEM: Pursuing a Feminist Approach to Allyship and Research
Please join us in honoring Pride Month in June, as we host “Trans in STEM: Pursuing a...Read More
“Critical Metals: The Chemistry of Light” online exhibit is launched!
We are pleased to announce the official launch of a Google Arts & Culture online exhibit,...Read More
New manuscript, titled “Tantalum, Easy as Pi: Understanding Differences in Metal-Imido Bonding Towards Improving Ta/Nb Separations”!
Congratulations to Alex Weberg, Subha Chaudhuri, and Christian Uruburo and colleagues in the...Read More
Congratulations to CSSM students, Maxwell Furigay and Sean Deresh, on their Energy Week poster presentation!
We are so proud of CSSM graduate student, Maxwell Furigay, and undergraduate student, Sean Deresh,...Read More
Over 100 children experimented with separations science in a K-5 STEAM Night!
Working with an evening STEAM night event at an elementary school, CSSM members shared their...Read More
Penn CSSM members visited PAR Recycling Works to get firsthand knowledge of what happens to e-waste
On Tuesday, March 22, a group of CSSM members from the University of Pennsylvania had the great...Read More
Thanks to Dr Brighid Dwyer for hosting a follow-up conversation to Dr Pendakur’s, “Navigating Power and Bias in the Academy: Techniques to Increase Equity and Belonging”
Dr Brighid Dwyer, Vice Dean of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at the School of Arts and Sciences...Read More