Dating back to 1934, the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation has been an integral part of scientific research. In fact, this non-profit foundation funds education and research in various subjects, including mathematics, science, engineering, technology, and economics. Professor Kim Renee Dunbar, a former Fellow of the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, holds a degree in Inorganic Chemistry. She recently discussed why this organization is so important.

“Without the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, we wouldn’t have a variety of the medicines, technologies, and more we enjoy today,” Kim Dunbar said. …

COLLEGE STATION, TX / October 9, 2020 / Fred Basolo is a legendary former faculty member of Northwestern University. He began his time at the prestigious university in 1946 and advanced the school’s chemistry program to rank amongst the country’s best. The Northwestern University Department of Chemistry remains at the top, and the Fred Basolo Award is now presented annually to scientists who have made major contributions to the field. Chemistry professor and Ph.D Kim Dunbar recently discussed the importance of the award and its meaning.

Kim Dunbar is an ideal person to speak about the importance of the Fred…

COLLEGE STATION, TX / ACCESSWIRE / September 15, 2020 / Kim Dunbar is a Distinguished Professor of Chemistry at Texas A & M University. She’s won numerous awards for her work in inorganic chemistry. She currently focuses on coordination chemistry, which opens up many avenues to explore. She is one of the researchers leading the way in nanotechnology. She states that nanotech is currently used in various applications, which is expected to increase.

What is Nanotech?

Nanotech involves controlling matter at the molecular level. Kim Dunbar explains this gives scientists options that were once the stuff of science fiction. Nanotech…

College Station, TX — ( NewMediaWire ) — September 3, 2020 — For decades, Kim Dunbar has helped further the international scientific community’s knowledge of inorganic chemistry, receiving several honors and titles acknowledging her contributions. From Texas A&M University, she leads the Dunbar Research Group, making strides in the field of chemistry for current and future applications.

Dr. Kim Dunbar ‘s career in chemistry extends back decades where she has contributed with groundbreaking research and application, especially in the field of inorganic chemistry. …

KimDunbar and her research team perform groundbreaking research in many areas, including spintronics and coordination chemistry. This research is leading to technological and medical advancements. Currently, she is performing research on metal anti-cancer agents, which could lead to more effective chemotherapy treatments.

Metals in Cancer Treatment

The first major discovery in treating cancer with metals came in 1960, with the discovery of Metals kill cancer cells by creating oxidative stress, which the cancer cells can’t survive. Cisplatin and other platinum drugs have been at the forefront of cancer treatment, with 50–70% of chemotherapy treatments involving platinum-based therapy. explains that these drugs are helpful, but…

Chemist Kim Dunbar of Texas A&M University describes below how new breakthroughs in indium nitride production will improve high-frequency electronics

DALLAS, TX, UNITED STATES, August 21, 2020 / — Contributing landmark breakthroughs to the international scientific community for years, Kim Dunbar also frequently shares the successes of her peers around the world with online readers. Here, she speaks on recent progress in the manufacturing of indium nitride and what that means for tomorrow’s electronics.

“We place a heavy load on our current wireless data bandwidth when transferring information between our electronic devices, and we’re likely to hit a ceiling…

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received the distinguished Fred Basolo Medal For Outstanding Research in Inorganic Chemistry, which was presented to her ceremoniously in October 2019. The Fred Basolo Medal receives its name from a professor at Northwestern University, who made the university’s inorganic chemistry department one of the top institutions in the United States.

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NEW YORK, NY / ICROWDNEWSWIRE / August 3, 2020 / Kim Renee Dunbar has had an impact on many industries with her research. She focuses on the relationship between materials in organic and inorganic chemistry. This field of research is known as coordination chemistry. It focuses on the structure, bonding, and properties relationships between molecular materials. She is particularly interested in spintronics and molecular magnetism.

Spintronics and Molecular Magnetism

Spintronics has been around for decades, but current research is changing computing. Spintronics is a subdivision of physics, which focuses on manipulating the spin and flow of electrons. This…

Kim Dunbar reports on a recent study on sandwich compounds powered by rare earth metals and discusses how these developments can lead to improved technology in the future.

Texas A&M University (TAMU) has developed an international reputation for excellence in recent decades, most notably for its science and research departments. Inorganic chemist Kim Dunbar is one of the university’s leading scientists and professors, and, below, she explains to readers how sandwich compounds and rare earth elements can mean big things for tech

“A team from the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) are working hard to uncover new uses for sandwich…

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College Station, TX — ( NewMediaWire ) — July 7, 2020 — At Texas A&M University (TAMU), Kim Dunbar serves as the Davidson Professor of Science in the Chemistry Department. Her work, spanning decades of contributions to the international scientific community, has led to significant breakthroughs in areas like molecular magnetism and metals in medicine. The topics in her research encompass synthetic, structural, and physical inorganic and bioinorganic chemistry among others.

Kim Dunbar has been recognized over the years for leading, inspiring, and creating opportunities for students…

Kim Renee Dunbar

Kim Renee Dunbar has a Ph.D. in Inorganic Chemistry and likes to share what she has learned with others!

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