International Research Experience for an Ambitious Undergraduate Chemistry Student
During his second year as a chemistry undergraduate student in 2018-19, Owen Lutes completed a research project under the supervision of Professor André Beauchemin. He worked both as a volunteer and as an Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP) student.
Using River Geochemistry to Assess the Impact of Climate Change
During the last year of her undergraduate degree at the University of Ottawa, Victoria Lee completed an honours research project under the supervision of Professor Clément Bataille in the ‘Spatio-temporal Analytics of Isotope Variations in the Environment’ (SAiVE) lab.
Moving Closer to Sustainable Routes for Fluorocarbon Synthesis
After a successful Honour’s project on carbon–sulfur bond activation in iron thiolate- and amido-thioether complexes and the role of the latter as dehydrogenation catalysts, under the supervision of Professor Tom Baker, Karine Ghostine embarked upon a Master’s project in the same research group.
Understanding Carbon Cycling in a Perennially Ice-Covered Lake of East Antarctica
Nicole’s Master’s project, supervised by Professors Ian Clark and Denis Lacelle, involved the collection of water and sediment samples during a 6-week expedition to the remote Untersee Oasis in Dronning Maud Land.
Antidepressant Side Effects Could Be Passed on to Several Generations
Marilyn Vera-Chang published a seminal paper in the journal PNAS in December 2018 on the transgenerational effects of Prozac, a highly prescribed antidepressant, together with her supervisors Professors Vance Trudeau and Thomas Moon and in collaboration with Health Canada.