Chemistry Department

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA):

GSU Nasa Program

The future holds great promise for the development of strong, adhesively bonded, lightweight polymeric composites and nanostructured composite materials. Major applications are growing rapidly in military, automotive, construction, aerospace and modern consumer markets. In partnership with the High Performance Polymers and Ceramics Center (HiPPAC) at Clark Atlantic University , Atlanta , GA and the John Glenn Research Center (Polymers Branch) in Cleveland , OH , there are undergraduate students engaged in High Performance Polymers' research at Grambling State University . Students enrolled in science and engineering technology are selected to the program based on their stated research interests, grade point average, and dedication to generate new knowledge through research and creative works.

GSU's High Performance Polymers Group

GSU Chemistry Students