Carnegie Mellon University Department of Chemistry


Tuesday, May 2, 2017
2:00 p.m.

Original Research Proposal Defense

Leif Jahn, Sullivan Research Group

The Effects of Atmospheric Processing on Bioavailability and Reactivity of Iron Bearing Aerosols from Combustion and Dust Sources

Location: Mellon Institute Room 448

Wednesday, May 3, 2017
4:00 p.m.

Original Research Proposal Defense

Qi Li, Jin Research Group

Exploring Chemical Methods for Air-Stable and Large Scale Phosphorene

Location: Mellon Institute Room 448

Thursday, May 4, 2017
10:00 a.m.

Original Research Proposal Defense

April Berlyoung, Armitage Research Group

Identification and Characterization of Myasthenia Gravis Autoantigens for Future CAAR Therapy Applications

Location: Mellon Institute Room 355

New Date

Thursday, May 11, 2017
4:30 p.m.

Departmental Seminar

Kathleen Farley, Pfizer

Impact on the Drug Design of Cyclic Peptides using NMR Spectroscopy

Location: Mellon Institute Conference Room

Host: Roberto Gil

Abstract and Bio

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News & Announcements

photo of Hunaid Nulwala and Dave Luebke in LumiShield lab

The Often Environmentally Harmful Electroplating Industry Gets A Green Touch

Carnegie Mellon spinoff company LumiShield, co-founded by Chemistry Assistant Research Professor Hunaid Nulwala, has developed a process to use aluminum in electroplating.

photo of Christina Cabana

Chemistry Junior Earns Goldwater Scholarship

Christina Cabana, a junior chemistry major and Science and Humanities Scholar at Carnegie Mellon University, is the recipient of a 2017 Barry Goldwater Scholarship, which supports students interested in pursuing research careers in the fields of science, engineering and math.

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