VUV Analytics Award Seminal Research Opportunity to Dr. Jean Andino of Arizona State University

May 29, 2015

VUV Analytics (Texas, USA) has announced that Dr. Jean Andino of Arizona State University (Arizona, USA) is the recipient of their summer 2015 academic grant.

VUV Analytics (Texas, USA) has announced that Dr. Jean Andino of Arizona State University (Arizona, USA) is the recipient of their summer 2015 academic grant.  Dr. Andino’s laboratory will be provided with the use of a VUV detector to perform novel research in the field of catalysis.

 

Dr. Andino is an associate professor from the School for Engineering of Matter, Transport, and Energy, part of the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University. Her proposed research work will focus on the development of catalytic materials that are able to convert carbon dioxide and water vapour into useful resources.

 

Andino said: “We are thrilled to have been selected as the recipient of VUV Analytics’ academic grant and look forward to a semester of seminal research using this new technology.”

 

Sean Jameson, vice president of Business Development at VUV Analytics, said: “VUV Analytics is proud to award our instrument to such a prestigious institution and an equally prestigious academic.”

 

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