Entries tagged with ‘Dwight Stoll’

Chemistry Research Thrives in Newly Expanded Nobel Hall

The $70 million project opens up new potential for collaboration with leading institutions, underscoring the importance of research opportunities.

Nobel Conference 56 Goes Virtual October 6-7

The 2020 Nobel Conference, Cancer in the Age of Biotechnology, will explore the science and ethics surrounding cutting-edge treatment.

Stoll Named to Power List of Top Analytical Scientists

The accolade is the latest in a long list for the Gustavus chemistry professor and his student research team.

Kevin Clark ’12 Named 2018 Beckman Institute Fellow

The chemistry major excelled in professor Dwight Stoll's Quantitative Analysis class. Now, he is headed to the prestigious Beckman Institute.

Stoll Named One of Top Ten Separation Scientists Worldwide

The chemistry professor was recognized for his cutting-edge work in multidimensional liquid chromatography by The Analytical Scientist.

Gustavus Professor Dwight Stoll Receives Thought Leader Award from Agilent Technologies

The chemistry professor will lead an international team of researchers from academia and industry using 2D-LC for biopharmaceutical analysis.

Steve Groskreutz ’12: Analyzing a Career Path in Chemistry

“I wasn’t anything out of the ordinary as a first-year student,” Gustavus Adolphus College alumnus Steve Groskreutz ’12 said during a visit to campus in late August. He was in Saint Peter to install new equipment in chemistry professor Dwight Stoll’s lab.

What I Did This Summer: First-Year Research Experience

From mercury levels in insect metabolism, First-Year Research Experience (FYRE) talk up summer.

Dwight Stoll Receives 2016 Faculty Scholarly Achievement Award

Gustavus Associate Professor of Chemistry Dwight Stoll has been named the recipient of the 2016 Faculty Scholarly Achievement Award. The award was presented at the College’s annual Honor’s Day Convocation on Saturday, May 7.

Ray Sajulga ’17: Bits, Bytes, and Biochemistry

When Ray Sajulga started doing on-campus research during November of his first year, he had no idea that he would be able to combine his love of science and computers both inside and outside the lab.