The funding will support the creation of an online database to collect the previously unreported experimental results observed by Norquist and other scientists working with the compounds. Photo: Thom Carroll Photography The funding will support the creation of an online database to collect the previously unreported experimental results observed by Norquist and other scientists working with the compounds. Photo: Thom Carroll Photography

Three Haverford Scientists Receive NSF Funding for Collaborative Project

Assistant Professor of Chemistry Joshua Schrier, Associate Professor of Chemistry Alexander Norquist, and Visiting Assistant Professor of Computer Science Sorelle Friedler (right to left) have been awarded a National Science Foundation grant of $299,998 for their proposal, “The Dark Reaction Project: a machine learning approach to materials discovery.”