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Jeffrey G Bell Electrochemical Research Group

Welcome to the Bell Research Group


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November 2023

The Bell group welcomes our newest member, Research Associate Pedaballi Sireesha.

October 2023

Congratulations to William on our newest publication in Sustainability “Improved Capacitance of Electropolymerized Aniline using Magnetic Fields” Link

September 2023

The group welcomes our newest members: Graduate students Desmond Salis and Kaylie Mccracken (Co-advised with Prof. Moreau) and Undergraduate researcher Dylan Suina.

June 2023

Congratulations to Dalton on our newest publication in Analytica Chimica Acta “Smartphone-based detection of levodopa in human sweat using 3D printed sensors” Link

The Bell group welcomes our newest member, high schooler Tyler Boni.

May 2023

Congratulations Lillie on the successful defense of your Master’s Thesis.

April 2023

Congratulations William for winning 1st place at the GPSA Research Expo.

The Bell group welcomes visiting scholar Manar Aboelella.

February 2023

Congratulations to Anjaiah on our newest publication in Chemical Engineering Journal related to improving Zinc-ion battery performance with magnetic fields. Link

January 2023

The Bell group welcomes our newest member Sarah Farahani.

We Are Hiring!

Highly motivated graduate and undergraduate students interested in electrochemistry (electroanalysis, low-cost diagnostics, energy storage, materials, etc.) should contact Jeff at