Corbin Arrasmith is a chemistry major performing research in the lab of Charlisa Daniels. His work focuses on creating capillaries filled with unique polymers that can be used to separate charged molecules when a high voltage field is applied. This work has applications in material and biomedical research.
Professor Daniels praises the “engineering and application-based mindset” of Corbin – he regularly explores new ideas without prompting and uses his creativity to solve the many challenges associated with this work. Corbin will work in chemical industry following his graduation from NKU, with the hopes of ultimately running his own chemical company in the future.
For the last four years around 60 students on average have engaged in research projects directed by faculty mentors. With faculty assistance, students have secured nearly $4M over the last six years alone! Their work is conducted in modern labs with more than $2M of instrumentation rarely found at similar institutions.
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