The Chemistry Department's alumni Weekend will be April 27 and 28, 2018. The weekend begins with tours of the department during the day on the 27th, followed by the Alumni Lecture that afternoon at 4:00 and then the dinner that evening (drinks at
A team of researchers at the University of Georgia has developed a non-invasive method of delivering drugs directly to cancerous tissue using magnetic forces, a form of treatment that could significantly reduce the toxic side effects of chemotherapy.
Professor Matthew S. Sigman, University of Utah. Prof. Matthew Sigman will give the 2018 Schleyer Lecture on Tuesday, February 6, at 11am in Chemistry Room 400. The Schleyer Lecture was inaugurated in 2001 in honor of Professor Paul v. R.
Innovation Gateway and Kerafast Inc., have entered into a license agreement pertaining to four novel and ultra-efficient, metal-free click-chemistry reagents developed by Vladimir Popik’s research group in the Department of Chemistry.
A nanofiber spool produced by an ultra-fast, touch-spinning technology can produce thousands of yards of nanofibers in a matter of minutes.