W.M. Keck Foundation awards Ashok Ajoy, David Limmer, and Kevin Wilson grant to develop nanoscale sensors
(A) Hyperpolarized 13C nuclear spins in diamond nanoparticles (nanodiamonds) serve as sensors by relaying NMR signals from proximal analytes to a conventional RF antenna-based detector. (B) Microscope image from preliminary data showing fluorescence of nanodiamonds...Read more about W.M. Keck Foundation awards Ashok Ajoy, David Limmer, and Kevin Wilson grant to develop nanoscale sensors
Article highlights the program that is being run to improve deveristy, equity, and inclusion in the College of Chemistry Story written for the Spring/Summer 2022 Catalyst magazine about the graduate student diversity program at the College.Read more about Building a community of belonging
Prof. Ajoy receiving the award from Prof. Anne Lesage at Chamonix (4 Sep 2022). (Photo courtesty of Ashok Ajoy.)
The College is pleased to announce the scientific committee of the Alpine Conference on Magnetic Resonance in Solids has awarded Assistant Professor of...Read more about Ashok Ajoy awarded 2022 Caldarelli Prize in Magnetic Resonance
Image: Professor Omar Yaghi in his office. Photo College of Chemistry.
Imagine a technology that could remove planet-warming emissions from smokestacks, turn moisture in the air into drinking water and transform carbon dioxide into clean energy.
The College is delighted to announce our newest chemistry and chemical and biomolecular engineering faculty members (l to r) Hendrik Utzat, Jennifer Bergner, Robert Saxton, and Aditi Krishnapriyan.Hendrik Utzat
Pictured from L to R, Executive Director of the Masters of Bioprocess Engineering Jason Ryder speaking with Elle Ekman, Legislative Assistant for Defense and Veterans Affairs; and Marley Cassels, Defense Fellow in Congressman Garamendi's Washington, DC office....Read more about Congressman Garamendi’s staff visits the College of Chemistry
Arjun Garapaty during his summer internship at MRIGlobal. Photo courtesy of MRIGlobal.
Arjun Garapaty thinks big. It wasn’t that long ago that he earned a perfect score on his ACT test… as a sophomore in high school. Now a sophomore at University of California, Berkley...Read more about Summer intern Arjun Garapaty designs microfluidic device
Professor Kumar photographed at UC Berkeley. (Photo Annie Lin)
This week UC Berkeley’s office for the Vice Chancellor for Research announced that Professor Sanjay Kumar has been selected to...Read more about Sanjay Kumar named QB3-Berkeley director
Undated photograph of Miriam Elizabeth Simpson. Photo: Smithsonian Institution Archives, Accession 90-105, Science Service Records, Image No. SIA2009-3384
Summary: Miriam Elizabeth Simpson (1894-1991) attended the University of California at...Read more about Alumna Miriam Elizabeth Simpson
A Berkeley Lab-led research team has developed a fully recyclable and biodegradable printed circuit. The research could divert wearable devices and other flexible electronics from landfill, and mitigate the health and environmental hazards posed by heavy metal waste. (Credit: Marilyn Sargent...Read more about Print, recycle, repeat: Scientists demonstrate a biodegradable printed circuit