Tue Mar 5, 2013

A University of Georgia researcher noted for developing computer simulations that predict the shape and behavior of molecules is to be honored by the American Institute of Chemists.

Tue Jan 22, 2013

The words "laser beam" often conjure up images of high-powered energy weapons or concert light shows, but lasers have many other applications and fighting the deadliest types of flu may soon be added to the list.

Tue Oct 23, 2012

In antiquity, Greek and Roman marble sculpture was not pristine white but colorfully painted. Members of the UGA community now have a unique example of once-polychrome ancient sculpture on campus for scientific study.

Wed Sep 19, 2012

Nanoparticles have shown great promise in the targeted delivery of drugs to cells, but researchers at the University of Georgia have refined the drug delivery process further by using nanoparticles to deliver drugs to a specific organelle within cells.

Thu Sep 6, 2012

Judy I-Chia Wu, a recent doctoral graduate from the department of chemistry, was one of six young chemists recently honored by the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry.

Sat Aug 25, 2012

Gregory H. Robinson, Franklin Professor and Distinguished Research Professor of Chemistry at the University of Georgia, has been honored with a national award from the American Chemical Society (ACS), the world’s largest scientific society.

Thu May 31, 2012

If you want to increase your car's gas mileage or build a more powerful handheld electronic device, don't bend steel or slice silicon chips. Manipulate nanomaterials and molecules instead.

Wed May 30, 2012

"Using ultraviolet light, chemists have reversibly immobilized molecules on surfaces (J. Am. Chem. Soc., DOI: 10.1021/ja302970x). The technique could be used to develop repairable microarrays or to study how biochemical events on surfaces progress with time. 

Light-mediated reactions are nothing new when it comes to decorating surfaces for bioanalytical chemistry. But most techniques are irreversible or make it difficult to reuse a surface.