Thursday, March 10, 2022
ISU Professor Develops Way to Detect, Remove Precious Metals from Wastewater
An Idaho State University chemist and a pair of students have found a new way to chemically remove metal from wastewater. 
Recently, Assistant Professor of Chemistry Dr. Courtney “Cori” Jenkins, ISU undergraduate student Cameron Call, and Ball State University Masters student M. Logan Eder published a paper in the American Chemical Society’s Applied Polymer Materials detailing how they were able to detect and bind heavy metals using elemental sulfur, a petroleum refining waste by-product.
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Idaho State Student Selected for Prestigious John Hopkins Pharmacy Internship Program
Idaho State University second-year pharmacy student Kristen Morse has been selected for one of approximately 20 spots for the John Hopkins Pharmacy Internship Program. Morse, 22, is from Parma, Idaho, and says she wouldn’t change a thing about being born and raised in Idaho.
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