DR. CUNDARI'S RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTED BY PHYS.ORG | Department of Chemistry

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March 17, 2020

DR. CUNDARI'S RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTED BY PHYS.ORG

Congratulations to Dr. Thomas Cundari for having a UNT news article that was recently published about his research being picked up and publicized by the well-known science blog Phys.org.

Snippet from UNT article: "Finding a method for large scale, inexpensive transformation of methane into methanol is like turning lead into gold, according to Tom Cundari, a Regents Professor of chemistry at the University of North Texas."

You can read the entire UNT article here.

You can view the Phys.org article here.