Inside the Laboratory: Grinias Research Lab at Rowan University, Part IV – Advice from Students


In this continuing series from LCGC, we go on location to the Grinias Research Lab at Rowan University, where graduate students gave advice for up and coming separation scientists following in their footsteps.

Welcome to this installment of "Inside the Laboratory" in which the LCGC editorial team leaves their New Jersey office and ventures out in the field, with the goal of giving our audience a window into the next generation of analytical chemists.

Rowan University in Glassboro, New Jersey, is home to the Grinias Research Lab headed by James Grinias, a professor in the department of Chemistry & Biochemistry. The first three installments in this series can be found here, here, and here.

In the video below, graduate students Leah Notarfrancesco, John Boughton, and Christopher Piccolo share tips and insight for the next generation of aspiring separation scientists.

This concludes LCGC's visit to Rowan, with more hopefully to follow in the future at other academic institutions.

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