Research interests in the Analytical Chemistry division are representative of the great diversity of topics related to analytical chemistry.  Cutting-edge analytical techniques are used to characterize a wide variety of systems; from obtaining a fundamental understanding of the effect of nanoscale…
Research in Biological and Carbohydrate Chemistry includes the study of the structures and functions of proteins and complex carbohydrates to determine their roles in growth and development, host-pathogen interactions, and disease processes. To investigate their chemistry and their physiological,…
According to the National Research Council, “…research is a process for obtaining information, and scholarship is a process for converting information into knowledge.” (NAP, 1998).  The American Chemical Society defines scholarship to “…include discovery of chemical principles, integration of…
Theoretical and Computational Chemistry focuses on the development and application of theoretical approaches in chemistry and related disciplines. 
Environmental & Atmospheric Chemistry focuses upon understanding natural and anthropogenic emissions to the atmosphere, the transport, chemical and physical transformations of atmospheric constituents, and the effects of air pollution and atmospheric chemistry upon the environment, and…
Research in the Inorganic Chemistry division is very diverse and includes broad subtopics including photochemistry, synthetic main-group chemistry, classic coordination chemistry, bioinorganic chemistry, theoretical calculations, and chemical education. Techniques such as resonance Raman, Electron…
Major initiatives at the University of Georgia in Materials Science and Nanoscience have fostered a strong and diverse contingent of chemists and chemistry research programs in these areas, in additional to physicists, engineers and biologists. The vibrant chemistry research programs feature strong…
The faculty engaged in Organic Chemistry research have interdisciplinary programs that span the field of chemistry, including bioorganic mechanisms, complex carbohydrates, molecular recognition, biotechnology, natural products structure elucidation, new materials, organometallic synthesis, polymers…
Research in the Physical Chemistry division is very wide-ranging and includes both experiment and theory.  Sophisticated techniques such as high-resolution spectroscopy and mass spectrometry are used to probe the molecular structure of metal ions, clusters and large biomolecules, as well as the…