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Rebekah Duke

Research Interests:
Theoretical and Computational Chemistry
Chemistry Materials

Rebekah is a graduate student in the department of chemistry, working with Chad Risko (chemistry) and Julia Bursten (philosophy). She obtained a bachelor's degree in chemistry with minors in philosophy and math from Lipscomb University in May 2020. Her current research focuses on the use of big data in chemistry and materials discovery. Specifically, she considers how big data techniques can become available for everyday chemists. Rebekah is the lead website and database developer for D3TaLES, an interdisciplinary effort to expedite the discovery of materials for non-aqueous organic redox flow batteries. Outside of the lab, Rebekah enjoys cooking/baking and exploring the outdoors with her husband and dog.