Camille Wins First Prize at Scripps Research Community Symposium

Congrats to G1 student Camille Rubel, who was awarded first place for her poster talk, “Stable Nickel Toolkit,” describing our lab’s work to develop convenient and bench-stable low-valent nickel complexes for use in catalysis to a diverse audience from the local San Diego community. The Scripps Research Community Symposium, which was held on Saturday, May 1st, invites the community — K-12 teachers, high school students, families with children, community college students, and more — to meet our scientists, hear from our graduate students, and interact with our science in fun and engaging ways.