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E.g., Sep 26 2018
11/21/16

Professor Wayland Noland retires after 64 years of service.

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11/18/16

Professor Truhlar selected as “most highly prolific" and "highly cited" author.

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Gary Brudvig
11/17/16

Alumnus Gary Brudvig receives Outstanding Achievement Award.

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Kohn-Sham density functional theory graphic
11/16/16

Journal tags Kohn-Sham density functional theory perspective as "must read".

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11/09/16

Laura Gagliardi named a 2017 IonE Fellow.

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medicine image include pills and capsules
11/01/16

New discovery could help oral medicines work better.

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Master of Filtering game image
10/27/16

Trap nasty carbon dioxide, save the world, become a Master of Filtering.

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2016 Faculty Search
10/21/16

2016 Faculty Search: seeking one or more tenured or tenure-track positions.

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Christy Haynes
10/19/16

Professor Christy Haynes featured on The Analytical Scientist's Power List.

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10/12/16

Professor Kenneth Leopold talks about teaching experiences in new video.

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Laura Gagliardi with images on her computer screen in the background.
10/11/16

Professor Laura Gagliardi elected a Fellow of American Physical Society.

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10/04/16

Ethylene conversion promoted by Co and Ni supported on a metal-organic framework.

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Will Pomerantz
09/28/16

Professor Pomerantz named a 2016 Rising Star in Chemical Biology.

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09/14/16

Two Lando/NSF summer research program participants to present research at national symposium.

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Plastic in the water
09/12/16

Renowned marine biologist examines solutions for growing ocean pollution at public lecture, October 11.

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09/08/16

Department honors student award and fellowship recipients.

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Co-Al MOF
09/06/16

Installing heterobimetallic single sites in metal-organic frameworks.

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08/31/16

With Department of Energy grant, Lafe Purvis to study organic solar cells at national laboratory.

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Ian Tonks and Renee Frontiera
08/26/16

Professors Frontiera and Tonks awarded NIH grants totaling $3.5 million.

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