Dr. Herbert Hill ’67, a professor at Washington State University who was a chemistry major at Rhodes, has spent more than four decades pioneering ways to detect chemical signatures based on the movement of a substance’s component ions. Since the legalization of marijuana in some states, there has been interest in developing a breathalyzer to test those who may be under the influence while driving. Read about Hill’s groundbreaking work on Bloomberg.com.
Dr. Herbert Hill ’67 Working on Breathalyzer to Test Drivers Under the Influence of Marijuana
June 27, 2016