Douglas Clark, dean of the College of Chemistry toasts (l to r) Nobel laureates David MacMillan, Jennifer Doudna, and Yuan T. Lee. (Photo Brittany Hosea-Small)
In a star-studded private event Friday, March 11th, the College of Chemistry ushered in its 150th anniversary....Read more about The College celebrates 150 years of inspiring scientific exploration and education
The cover of 'Nature Chemistry' depicts an artistic representation of electron transfer from twisted bilayer graphene to Ru(NH3)6 3+ — the redox-active molecule used in these studies. Image credit: Ella Marushenko and Kate Zvorykina (Ella Maru Studio) Cover design: Tulsi Voralia...Read more about Using magical electrons for electrochemistry
Artistic rendering of N2O5 molecules colliding with water droplets in the atmosphere. Image credit: Vinícius Cruzeiro.
A new study with implications for atmospheric chemistry has answered some long-enduring questions about the chemical reactivity of an air...Read more about Study answers questions about an elusive tiny molecule
Chemistry senior Nadia Berndt prepares scans for her investigation of charge dynamics in clay encapsulated 2D materials. Photo: Michael Barnes
The College of Chemistry has received a new state-of-the-art EVO LS 15 scanning electron microscope (SEM) provided by ZEISS in...Read more about New microscope technology energizes undergraduate research
The Bakar BioEnginuity Hub will rent space to science-based startups, and provide campus programs for scholars and researchers. This rendering displays the versatility of the multi-leveled space, housed in the...Read more about David Schaffer announced as director of the Bakar BioEnginuity Hub
Portrait of Andrew Streitwieser in his office, 1970s. (Photo Dennis Galloway)
We are sorry to share the sad news that Andy Streitwieser, beloved colleague and professor emeritus of chemistry, passed away on February 23, 2022 at the age of 94.
Andy was born in...Read more about Beloved colleague Andrew Streitwieser has passed away
Illustration of DUBTAC in action against a target. (Courtesy Nomura Lab)
For some time, scientists have been working on the major challenge of developing new therapies against many human diseases. Many of these diseases are caused by the abberant action of certain...Read more about New therapy breakthrough changes the shape of treatment for undruggable diseases
Artist rendering of a layered charge-density-wave material. Blue spheres represent lattice ions while sinusoidal curves represent waves of electron density. In this case, the charge density wave possesses long-range order both within a layer and between layers. (Illustration by...Read more about An electronic crystal turned flat