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St Agnes College holds seminar on ‘Organics for Flexitronics’

St Agnes College holds seminar on Organics for Flexitronics
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Mangaluru: The Postgraduate Department of Chemistry, Centre for Postgraduate and Research, St Agnes College (Autonomous), organized a seminar on “Organics for Flexitronics”, on 5 Sep. 2023. The resource person was Dr N Somanathan, Retired Deputy Director and Head of Polymer Science and Technology CLRI-Central Leather Research Institute, Chennai. Dr Geetha Pinto, Associate professor was the convenor of the session.

The session was attended by the Degree students, the faculty members along with the postgraduate chemistry students. Sr Tomsy emceed the seminar and the session began with a prayer song by Chaithralaksmi with her classmates.

Dr Sapna Kumari, the head of the department welcomed the gathering and introduced the resource person to the audience. Dr N Somanathan introduced the application of organic chemistry into electronics and its other numerous applications in polymer science.

The audience had a brief interaction with the resource person after the presentation. The session concluded with a vote of thanks from Jeena Thomas, a faculty member of the department followed by the college anthem.

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