Carnegie Mellon University Department of Chemistry

Events

Thursday, March 23, 2017
4:30 p.m.

Departmental Seminar

Katherine Seley-Radtke, University of Maryland, Baltimore County

Flex-Nucleosides — A Strategic Approach to Antiviral Therapeutics

Location: Mellon Institute Conference Room

Host: Subha Das

Abstract

Thursday, March 30, 2017
4:30 p.m.

Departmental Seminar

Yugang Sun, University of Wisconsin-Madison

How Pt Nanoparticles Behave in Photocatalytic HER?

Location: Mellon Institute Conference Room

Host: Rongchao Jin

Abstract and Bio

Friday, March 31, 2017
4:30 p.m.

Departmental Seminar

Roey Amir, Tel Aviv University

Enzyme-Responsive Polymeric Micelles and the Power of Molecular Precision

Location: Mellon Institute Social Room

Hosts: Stefanie Sydlik and Kevin Noonan

Abstract and Bio

Department Calendar

News & Announcements

photos of Neil Donahue and Genoa Warner

Neil Donahue and Genoa Warner Win 2017 Carnegie Science Awards

The Carnegie Science Center will honor Professor Neil Donahue and doctoral student Genoa Warner with Carnegie Science Awards at this year’s banquet on May 12 at the Carnegie Music Hall in Oakland.

Making it Rain: Researchers assess method for predicting ice nucleation properties

Ryan Sullivan, assistant professor of chemistry and mechanical engineering and his team re-evaluated the common method that researchers use to predict whether or not particles will cause clouds to freeze.

photo of Neil Donahue

Atmospheric Chemist Neil Donahue Wins Esselen Award for Chemistry in the Public Interest

The Esselen Award is one of the American Chemical Society’s Northeastern Section’s Most Prestigious Awards

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Chemist Yisong Guo Receives NSF Career Award

Carnegie Mellon University chemist Yisong Guo has received a Faculty Early Career Development award from the National Science Foundation. Guo, an assistant professor of chemistry, received the five-year grant to study three newly discovered non-heme mononuclear iron-containing (NHM-Fe) enzymes. These enzymes are known to play a role in a number of processes that impact health and aging.