Mitch Anstey – NSF Grant

Anstey Research Group
Professor Anstey and student researchers in lab.

The Office of Grants and Contracts congratulates Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Mitch Anstey, on a National Science Foundation Chemical Structure, Dynamics & Mechanisms grant (1955619). 

Professor Anstey joins collaborators Professor Chris Bejger of University of North Carolina at Charlotte, and Professor Todd Coolbaugh of Johnson C. Smith University, on the $456,394 grant to the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, for the project titled “CAS: Radialene Radicals: Aqueous Soluble Organics for Energy Storage.”

The three-institution team will engage undergraduate student researchers to examine redox flow batteries (RFBs) for electrochemical energy storage, to develop low cost and environmentally friendly energy storage devices.   

In addition to NSF funded research, Professor Anstey has provided interdisciplinary science experience for Davidson student researchers on projects funded annually since 2016 by Sandia National Laboratories.  Read more about the Anstey Research Group here.

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