Chemistry and Biochemistry

Chemistry Department News

A Lab in Your Living Room

Posted: in Analytical, Faculty, Research, Aug 13, 2014

Dr. Adam Woolley's lab is in the process of developing a device that will allow people to test themselves for diseases at home.

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Kara Stowers Joins Inorganic Faculty

Posted: in Faculty, Inorganic, Aug 06, 2014

Dr. Kara Stowers explains her past research in catalysis, and looks forward to her time at BYU.

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Finding New Treatments for Tuberculosis and Malaria in Nature

Posted: in Faculty, Organic, Research, Jun 25, 2014

Dr. Michaelis' lab is developing "assembly-line chemical synthesis" using processes found in nature.

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Getting Their Hands Dirty at Open Lab Day

Posted: in Student, Jun 11, 2014

Y-Chem provides laboratory tours, explosive experiments, and magic shows for middle and high school students.

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John Lamb Distinguished Faculty Lecture: "All Ye Need to Know"

Posted: in Emeritus, Jun 11, 2014

Dr. Lamb speaks in university-wide forum about attaining knowledge throughout life.

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Using Sponges to Soak Up Smog's Secrets

Posted: in Analytical, Faculty, May 28, 2014

Dr. Milton Lee and his research group are helping to eliminate smog, one monolithic structure and nanometer sieve at a time.

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BYU Professor Awarded Fellowship for Material Preparation

Posted: in Analytical, May 27, 2014

Dr. Matthew Linford is made a fellow of the American Vacuum Society.

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Graduate Student Wins Award at HPLC Symposium

Posted: in Analytical, Student, May 22, 2014

Suresh Kumar, a BYU graduate student originally from New Delhi, India, has received the third place award for best poster at the 41st International Symposium on High Performance Liquid Phase Separations held in New Orleans.

The symposium, which was held from May 10 to May 15, is considered one of the best places to learn about the latest issues important to discovery, development, and economic production processes inherent to a wide range of related
technologies ...

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