German Society for Crystallography celebrates Lieselotte Templeton with inauguration of student prize
Early photograph of Lieselotte Templeton in front of her hometown Breslau. Photo edited by Constantin Buyer.
The German Society for Crystallography (DGK) announced last year the inauguration of the...Read more about German Society for Crystallography celebrates Lieselotte Templeton with inauguration of student prize
Markita Landry in the lab. Image courtesy Vilcek Foundation.
The College of Chemistry is delighted to announce that Associate Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering ...Read more about Markita Landry awarded Bakar Prize for nanotechnolgy innovations
Dan Nomura in his lab. Photo by Elena Zhukova.
The Mark Foundation for Cancer Research has announced twelve outstanding research projects to receive its latest round of...Read more about Dan Nomura receives ASPIRE Award for cancer research
Artist’s rendering of a copper nanoparticle as it evolves during CO2 electrolysis: Copper nanoparticles (left) combine into larger metallic copper “nanograins” (right) within seconds of the electrochemical reaction, reducing CO2 into new multicarbon...Read more about How a record-breaking copper catalyst converts CO2 into liquid fuels
Kevan Shokat photographed at UCSF. Photo by Noah Berger.
The UC San Francisco scientist who developed a successful approach to drugging a protein produced by the mutated KRAS gene has won two prestigious awards in the opening weeks of 2023. The discovery, made...Read more about Science world honors Kevan Shokat for high-impact cancer research
Felix Fisher, Associate Professor of Chemistry, in his lab where he applies his organic chemistry background to build quantum materials. (Photo by Elena Zhukova)
Imagine a strand of hair, how tiny and fragile it is. Now try to imagine something ten thousand times smaller...Read more about Building the Materials for Next-Gen Tech
Blast disease destroys between 10% and 35% of the world’s rice harvest each year. A new discovery could lead to fungicides that block the pathogen, Magnaporthe oryzae, from entering the leaves. This photo of a healthy rice field was taken in Chengdu, China, in 2019. (Photo...Read more about Discovery could lead to new fungicides to protect rice crops
The College of Chemistry is pleased to announce the founding of the California Interfacial Science Institute (CISI), recently funded through the UC Multicampus Research Programs and...Read more about UC funds new California Interfacial Science Institute
The individual building blocks of a catenane are polyhedral molecules — a type of adamantane — that link arms to form a 2D mesh or 3D network that is sturdy but flexible. (Image credit: Tianqiong Ma, UC Berkeley)
University of California, Berkeley, chemists have created...Read more about New ‘chain mail’ material of interlocking molecules is tough, flexible and easy to make
Ke Xu, Associate Professor of Chemistry, is a 2021 Heising-Simons Faculty Fellow. (Photo by Elena Zhukova)
What do the smallest building blocks of life look like? How do molecules dance and dart and drift through cells, fold and fuse and form the machinery of living...Read more about Seeing in super-resolution