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Department of Chemistry Safety Training

Science Building I, room 304, 1025 SW Mill Street

This review of laboratory safety policies and procedures is open to all Portland State University students, faculty and staff. Please RSVP

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Department of Chemistry Safety Training

Science Building I, room 107, 1025 SW Mill Street

This annual review of laboratory safety policies and procedures is mandatory for all Department of Chemistry lab users and open to Portland State University students, faculty and staff.

About the Department of Chemistry

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NY Times: E-Cigarette Makers Are in an Arms Race for Exotic Vapor Flavors

PSU professor James F. Pankow's groundbreaking research into the chemistry of tobacco products and how that chemistry promotes habit initiation and long-term addiction continues to attract national attention. Pankow has a joint appointment in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and in the Department of Chemistry in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.

KATU: A girl studying a very grown-up subject at PSU

Peyton Tierney is just 15, but she is managing a study at Portland State University into flavorings in e-cigarettes that can be so appealing to young people. She says, “I am doing this because I want to help people.”

The Oregonian: Better doctors and dentists: Huge new science building shared by Portland State, OHSU, OSU will overhaul science, medical training

Read the original story here in The Oregonian

The largest academic building in Oregon will swing its doors open  Thursday, and officials predict it will dramatically improve the way doctors and other medical professionals are trained in Oregon. It will also upgrade science education for thousands of Portland State University undergraduates.

Dr. James Pankow named Maseeh Professor of Emerging Technologies

Dr. James F. Pankow has been selected as the Maseeh Professor of Emerging Technologies in the Maseeh College of Engineering and Computer Science.

Portland State awards first three research prizes

Portland State University has awarded its first Faculty Research Excellence Awards to James Pankow, Steve Thorne and Ed Zaron in recognition of the originality, impact and productivity of their research programs.

The Office of Research and Strategic Partnerships established the three new awards this year to highlight faculty research accomplishments and the importance of research to the University’s mission. Each award comes with a $1,500 honorarium.