Photo courtesty of Scialog. Top row: Abhishek Shrivastava, Kai Zhang, Will Ludington, Karthik Shekhar, Mei Shen. 2nd row: Heather Bean, Yanjiao Zhou, Chun-Jun Guo, Annie Ciernia, Christopher Whidbey, Stephanie Cologna. 3rd row: Leah Pyter, Sarah MacEachern, Kendall Corbin, Dhara...Read more about 8 Teams Win Funding in Final Year of Scialog: Microbiome, Neurobiology and Disease
Photo: Professor Ashok Ajoy
The College of Chemistry extends a big congratulations to Professor Ashok Ajoy on being named the recipient of two prestigious awards this summer — The AMPERE Prize 2023 for Young...Read more about Ashok Ajoy named 2023 recipient of Ampere Prize and Anatole Abragam Prize
Photo: NODE (Normalization of Diversity and Equity) members: Marisol Navarro, Julia Martin, Angel Gonzalez-Valero, Abigail Hinojosa, Andre Sanchez, Vanessa Gonzalez.
The College of Chemistry and the student group NODE (Normalization of Diversity and...Read more about CD Lounge (Celebrating Diversity Lounge) officially opens
Omar Yaghi, the inventor of MOFs, led the study on MOF-powered water harvesters that was published July 6 in Nature Water. (Photo courtesy of Omar Yaghi)
UC Berkeley researchers have designed an extreme-weather proven, hand-held device that can extract and convert water...Read more about Hand-held water harvester powered by sunlight could combat water scarcity
Fifth year graduate student Kay Xia (lab of Dean Toste) is the first recipient of the College of Chemistry Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Scholar Program. This scholarship covers a year of tuition and includes a stipend for a graduate student to work on a project that's related to DEI in...Read more about Q&A: Kay Xia: Inaugural College of Chemistry Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Scholar
Illustration: Jenny Nuss/Berkeley Lab
Using a complex cast of metal-studded pigments, proteins, enzymes, and co-enzymes, photosynthetic organisms can convert the energy in light into the chemical energy for life. And now, thanks to a study published in ...Read more about Photosynthesis, Key to Life on Earth, Starts with a Single Photon
Ribosomes (blue, upper left) are nanomachines that read mRNA (coming in from left) to assemble a chain of amino acids (magenta balls) that folds into a compact 3D protein (lower right, pink). (Graphic adapted from the National Science Foundation (NSF) image)
Illustration of neural network. Courtesy of the McKnight Endowment Fund.
The McKnight Endowment Fund for Neuroscience has announced the selection of ten neuroscientists to receive the 2023 McKnight Scholar Award....Read more about Karthik Shekhar has been named a 2023 McKnight Scholar