John Hartwig

John Hartwig: The 2019 Wolf Prize and the importance of fundamental research

The Wolf Foundation in Israel announced that John Hartwig and Stephen Buchwald of MIT had been jointly awarded the 2019 Wolf Prize in Chemistry for “independently harnessing cross coupling for the making of carbon-heteroatom bonds."

quantum dots emitting light they've absorbed

Scientists measure near-perfect performance in low-cost semiconductors

Tiny, easy-to-produce particles, called quantum dots, may soon take the place of more expensive single crystal semiconductors in advanced electronics.

Frances Arnold

Celebrating International Women’s Day: Frances Arnold is honored at UC Berkeley

Frances Arnold admits it will be an emotional moment Friday when, as winner of the 2018 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, she’ll be the featured attraction at UC Berkeley for a Dean’s Dinner and reception.

Michael Boreen and Trevor Lohrey, Arnold Lab safety award

Arnold Lab wins top Berkeley safety award

This year's grand prize in campus lab safety was awarded to the Arnold lab group in Chemistry, headed up by Professor John Arnold.

Imaging polymer’s atomic-scale structure
New manganese materials bolster cathode capacity

ACES Summer Program

Atmospheric Chemistry Elite Scholars (ACES) ProgramApplications now being accepted for the new Atmospheric Chemistry Elite Scholars (ACES) Program. A research experience for undergraduates at the intersection of atmospheric chemistry, data science, and public health.

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Catalyst Magazine

Catalyst Magazine V 13.1Catalyst is the College's alumni and science news publication produced annually.

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