Black: Born and raised in Weatherford, TX; Mr. Black completed his Bachelor of Science degree from OleMiss in 2015 and will complete his PhD in Spring 2019. His work is centered on analytical method development, particularly environmental and forensic chemistry. His PhD Dissertation, supported by a STEM Graduate Research Fellowship from the National Institute of Justice, focuses on the development of forensic methodology for 3D-printed firearm analysis, as well as the modification of quadcopter UAVs for targeted air quality sampling.

Oscar Black
University of Mississippi, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, MS, USA
Black: Born and raised in Weatherford, TX; Mr. Black completed his Bachelor of Science degree from OleMiss in 2015 and will complete his PhD in Spring 2019. His work is centered on analytical method development, particularly environmental and forensic chemistry. His PhD Dissertation, supported by a STEM Graduate Research Fellowship from the National Institute of Justice, focuses on the development of forensic methodology for 3D-printed firearm analysis, as well as the modification of quadcopter UAVs for targeted air quality sampling.

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