Chemistry graduate student Trey Murschell receives award in the Pacifichem Student Poster Competition
Posted: January 29th, 2016
Chemistry graduate student Trey Murschell (Farmer group) was selected as one of the Final Award Winners of the Pacifichem Student Poster Competition at December’s meeting in Honolulu, Hawaii. His poster was entitled “Fast, sensitive technique for real-time, in situ quantification of commonly applied pesticides in the atmosphere using high resolution time-of-flight chemical ionization mass spectrometry”. Of all the student poster and oral abstracts, 350 First-Round Finalists were selected to present their posters in a special session, and 54 Final Award Winners were selected.