CAMPUS NEWS: JANUARY 28, 2021

SCIENCE RESEARCH

UNO’s Chemistry Department Acquires New Mass Spectrometer Capable of Advanced Sample Analysis

Share this article

UNO chemistry professor Phoebe Zito (left) and her graduate student Deja Hebert are pictured with the inductively coupled plasma triple quadrupole mass spectrometer—the ICP-QQQ.

UNO chemistry professor Phoebe Zito (left) and her graduate student Deja Hebert are pictured with the inductively coupled plasma triple quadrupole mass spectrometer—the ICP-QQQ.

Alumnus Albert Allenback plays saxophone and flute as part of the Grammy-nominated New Orleans band Tank and the Bangas. May 20, 2022
Alumnus Albert Allenback Is Living His Music Dreams As A Member of the Grammy-Nominated Band Tank and The Bangas
University of New Orleans alumnus Albert Allenback’s journey to becoming a member in one of the nation’s hottest bands—and a Grammy nominated act t  Read more
Members of the University of New Orleans eSports team won first-place in three events at the Louisiana intramurals state tournament in April. May 16, 2022
UNO’s eSports Teams Place First in State Tournament
The University of New Orleans eSports team earned first-place in three events during the Spring 2022 State Intramural Tournament and Conference hel  Read more
University of New Orleans doctoral student Maxwell Harsha has received a graduate research fellowship to study in Alaska. May 11, 2022
UNO Student Maxwell Harsha Awarded Research Fellowship
University of New Orleans doctoral student Maxwell Harsha has been awarded an Oil Spill Recovery Institute (OSRI) Graduate Research Fellowship.  Read more