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Aaron Receives Non-Tenured Faculty Award (NTFA) from 3M!

Aaron Teator, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, has been selected to receive a prestigious Non-Tenured Faculty Award (NT

The Teator Lab Is Looking For Students!

The new semester is right around the corner and we’ve got some beautiful, brand-new lab space waiting for us!

Coming Soon: The Teator Lab At The University Of Kansas

Absolutely thrilled to announce that I have accepted a position as an assistant professor at the University of Kansas starting this fall! So grateful to all of my mentors, formal and informal, and the many others who have helped me along the way!

Our 100th Anniversary Of Macromolecular Science Viewpoint Is Live!

Check out our viewpoint in ACS Macro Letters to read more about the current state of stereocontrolled vinyl polymerization along with our various musings about the

Our Deep Dive Into The Mechanism Of Stereoselective Cationic Polymerization Is In Press

Check out our newest paper appearing in J. Am. Chem. Soc. to learn more about our stereoselective cationic polymerization methodology!

Aaron Selected To Receive A Cottrell Fellowship From Research Corporation For Science Advancement (RCSA)

Aaron was selected to receive a Cottrell Fellowship from Research Corporation for Science Advancement (RCSA)!

Aaron’s Paper Recognized As Part Of C&EN’s Sensational Syntheses Of 2019

Aaron’s paper detailing the preparation of polar, semicrystalline thermoplastics, Catalyst-Controlled Stereoselective Cationic Polymerization of Vinyl Ethers, has been highlighted in the Year in Chemistry 2019 issue of Chemica

Our Paper On Polar Thermoplastics Via Stereoselective Cationic Polymerization Is In Press

Check out our newest paper (previously a preprint on ChemRxiv) appearing in

Our Latest Preprint Is Live On ChemRxiv

Check out our most recent paper on ChemRxiv to read about tuning the material properties of isotactic poly(vinyl ether)s through

Aaron Selected To Receive UNC Postdoctoral Award For Research Excellence

Aaron was selected to receive a Postdoctoral Award for Research Excellence (PARE) from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

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