Chemist to speak at lecture series

MEAD — Susannah Scott, a professor of chemistry and chemical engineering at the University of California Santa Barbara, is the featured speaker for the 2019 Distinguished Lecture Series sponsored by Boulder Scientific Co. LLC of Mead. Scott will speak at 4 p.m. on Oct. 29 at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, in the Chemistry Building, Room A101.

Scott directs the National Science Foundation-sponsored Partnership for International Research and Education in Electron Chemistry and Catalysis at Interfaces, a collaborative research program involving UCSB and several prominent catalysis research groups in China. The Duncan and Suzanne Mellichamp Chair in Sustainable Catalytic Processing, Scott also leads the Scott Laboratory at UCSB, which conducts fundamental and applied research in surface chemistry and catalysis.

Scott received her Ph.D. in inorganic chemistry from Iowa State University and her undergraduate degree from the University of Alberta.

Boulder Scientific has presented the Distinguished Lecture Series since 2006, featuring both academic and industrial chemists working primarily in the area of catalysis. Boulder Scientific develops and manufactures specialty chemicals used throughout the United States and internationally by companies in the plastics, microelectronics, defense and aerospace industries.

 

MEAD — Susannah Scott, a professor of chemistry and chemical engineering at the University of California Santa Barbara, is the featured speaker for the 2019 Distinguished Lecture Series sponsored by Boulder Scientific Co. LLC of Mead. Scott will speak at 4 p.m. on Oct. 29 at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, in the Chemistry Building, Room A101.

Scott directs the National Science Foundation-sponsored Partnership for International Research and Education in Electron Chemistry and Catalysis at Interfaces, a collaborative research program involving UCSB and several prominent catalysis research groups in China. The Duncan and Suzanne Mellichamp Chair in Sustainable Catalytic Processing, Scott also leads the Scott Laboratory at UCSB, which conducts fundamental and applied research in surface chemistry and catalysis.

Scott received her Ph.D. in inorganic chemistry from Iowa State University and her undergraduate degree from the University of Alberta.

Boulder Scientific has presented the Distinguished Lecture Series since 2006, featuring both academic and industrial chemists working primarily in the area of catalysis. Boulder Scientific develops and manufactures specialty chemicals used throughout the United States and internationally by companies in the plastics, microelectronics, defense and aerospace industries.