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Students in professor Maurice Odago’s research group spend six hours each week working in his organic chemistry lab in the newly-renovated Physical Science Building at SUNY Oneonta. Senior and biology major Genna Schlict synthesizes carbene ligands, while junior chemistry major Wilaysha Evans prepares samples for nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy. Odago is an assistant professor of chemistry and biochemistry at SUNY Oneonta.<br />
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Photo by: Michael Forster Rothbart<br />
Date:  3/13/2017<br />
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Students in professor Maurice Odago’s research group spend six hours each week working in his organic chemistry lab in the newly-renovated Physical Science Building at SUNY Oneonta. Senior and biology major Genna Schlict synthesizes carbene ligands, while junior chemistry major Wilaysha Evans prepares samples for nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy. Odago is an assistant professor of chemistry and biochemistry at SUNY Oneonta.
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