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New tool for determining pesticide distribution within citrus trees

Our latest paper, Fluorescent Dye Paper-Based Method for Assessment of Pesticide Coverage on Leaves and Trees: A Citrus Grove Case Study, was just published in Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. We have developed a novel tool to evaluate pesticide distribution in crops. Thank you to our partners at Cutrale Citrus Juices in Florida for a…

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Molly McLaughlin wins poster competition at RMSETAC Conference!

PhD candidate Molly McLaughlin received first place in the poster competition at the Rocky Mountain Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (RMSETAC). The meeting was held in Denver, CO on April 25 and 26. Molly’s poster was titled “Toxicological and Chemical Assessment of Water Quality Downstream of NPDES Oil and Gas Produced Water Discharges.” The…

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Mr. Karl Hoppess visits Dr. Borch Group

October 2017 – Mr. Karl Hoppess visited Dr. Borch Group in the morning of Oct. 11th.  Our group members – Molly, Hannah, William, Rachelle, Ellen and Robert presented their research to Mr. Hoppess.  Mr. Karl Hoppess named CAS Distinguished Alumnus this year. (See details)

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Uranium paper

July 2017 – The Borch group’s recent uranium paper published in Nature Communications was featured as a Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Lightsource Science Highlight.  (See details)

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A new twist on uranium’s origin story!

June 2017 – Dr. Borch’s group published a paper in Nature Communications.  Scientists sampled a 650-foot deep sediment core from roll-front uranium deposits at an unmined site at Wyoming’s Smith Ranch Highlands. By characterizing the mineralogical and microbial composition of the sample, Dr. Borch team discovered a new form of biologically produced uranium…(See details)

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