Prof. David Pullman's lab studies the photophysics of nanoparticles.
Prof. Christal Sohl studies the molecular mechanisms underlying human disease.
Nucleic acid structure and modification
Prof. Swairjo has a new paper on the biosynthesis of an important modified tRNA nucleoside.
Marine Bioinorganic and Bioorganic Chemistry
Prof. Carl Carrano, awarded a fellowship to study in Germany by the Hanse Wissenschaftskolleg Advanced Study Institute, is editing a special issue of Molecules.
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- Please join the Department faculty in contributing to the Dr. Joi Weeks Endowed Scholarship to support African American students pursuing degrees in Chemistry and Biochemistry.
- Congratulations to Prof. Greg Holland and coauthors on the publication of a new paper on spider prey-wrapping silk in Advanced Functional Materials, a prestigious materials science journal!
|Jan 29||Dept. Seminar – Prof. Morgan Sammons, University at Albany, Zoom, 4:00 PM|
|Feb 05||Dept. Seminar – Prof. Scott D. Hansen, University of Oregon, Zoom, 4:00 PM|
|Feb 26||Dept. Seminar – Prof. Peter Zhang, Boston College, Zoom, 4:00 PM|
|Mar 05||Dept. Seminar – Prof. Ryan Murelli, CUNY Brooklyn, Zoom, 4:00 PM|
|Mar 12||Dept. Seminar – Prof. Francis Yoshimoto, University of Texas, San Antonio, GMCS-301, 4:00 PM|
|Mar 26||Dept. Seminar – Prof. Yat Li, UC Santa Cruz, Zoom, 4:00 PM|
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