Abel and Zuerch named 2024 Scialog Fellows

March 21, 2024

Brooks Abel and Michael Zuerch, Scialog Fellows 2024

Photo: Brooks Abel and Michael Zuerch, Scialog Fellows 2024

Brooks Abel, assistant professor of chemistry, and Michael Zuerch, assistant professor of chemistry, were named Scialog Fellows by the Research Corporation for Science Advancement. This interdisciplinary community of Fellows represents institutions across the United States and Canada, and brings together expertise from fields including chemistry, materials science, geology, ecology, engineering, mining, computational science, physics, and more, all with an emphasis on how to ensure a sustainable future. The goal of Scialog is to facilitate connections among scientists from a variety of disciplines so they can discuss challenges and bottlenecks to advancing fundamental science, to build community around visionary goals, and to develop ideas for innovative team projects. Read more.