Nobel Prize winner Carolyn Bertozzi recognizes Bowdoin chemistry scholar Danielle Dube for research help
(L to r) UC Berkeley graudates from the lab of Carolyn Bertozzi; Jeremy Baskin, Peter Woodruff, Jenn Prescher, Carolyn Bertozzi, Danielle Dube, and XX during the Nobel awards week events in December 2022, Stockholm. Photo courtesy of Carolyn Bertozzi.
Bowdoin College...Read more about Nobel Prize winner Carolyn Bertozzi recognizes Bowdoin chemistry scholar Danielle Dube for research help
Senior Spotlight: Ariel Wang
This post kicks off the first of many spotlights featuring our very own seniors in the College of Chemistry. Who are they? What are their favorite memories from their time in the College of Chemistry? Where are they headed next? From clubs to research to...Read more about Senior Spotlight: Ariel Wang
How to edit the genes of nature’s master manipulators
Scientists are using CRISPR to engineer the viruses that evolved to engineer bacteria. Illustration Davian Ho.
CRISPR, the Nobel Prize-winning gene editing technology, is poised to have a profound impact on the fields of microbiology and medicine yet again.
A team...Read more about How to edit the genes of nature’s master manipulators
The journey here: Alumna Chun (Tracy) Liu's passion for art
Photo: Evan Krape/University of Delaware
In a new article out from Princeton Alumni Weekly ,...Read more about The journey here: Alumna Chun (Tracy) Liu's passion for art
To battle climate change, scientists tap into carbon-hungry microorganisms for clues
New technique could fast-track future carbon-free solar fuels. (image: 3rdtimeluckystudio/Shutterstock)
Scientists at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) have demonstrated a new technique, modeled after a metabolic process found in some...Read more about To battle climate change, scientists tap into carbon-hungry microorganisms for clues
Professor Ting Xu honored at Falling Walls Science Summit
Professor Ting Xu was honored at the Falling Walls Science Summit on November 9th. Prof. Xu discussed her reearch in a talk entitled: 'Breaking the Wall to Programmable Plastic Degradation through Enzymes'. She outlined the crisis of plastic pollution and what she and her research team...Read more about Professor Ting Xu honored at Falling Walls Science Summit
Daniel Nomura recognized by the National Cancer Institute
Daniel Nomura, a professor in the departments of Chemistry, Molecular and Cell Biology, and Nutritional Sciences and Toxicology, has received a...Read more about Daniel Nomura recognized by the National Cancer Institute
In Memoriam: Kenneth Sauer
Dean Douglas Clark announed today the recent passing on November 6th of our colleague and friend, Kenneth (Ken) Sauer, professor emeritus of chemistry. He was 91 years old.
Alumna Danna Freedman awarded MacArthur Fellowship
Alumna Danna Freedman, Professor MIT (Ph.D. '09, Chem with Professor Jeffrey Long) Photo courtesy of the MacArthur Foundation.
Danna Freedman, the F.G. Keyes Professor of Chemistry at MIT, has been named a 2...Read more about Alumna Danna Freedman awarded MacArthur Fellowship
In Memoriam: alumnus Herbert Alexander Young
Herbert Alexander Young (1906-1965) Professor of Chemistry and Dean, College of Letters and Science UC Davis. (1945, Tennessee Eastman Corporation newsletter photo. This version of the image is a mural at UC Davis.)
Herbert Young son of William Alexander and Aldie...Read more about In Memoriam: alumnus Herbert Alexander Young
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