Building African Partnerships and Fostering Collaborations to Advance Development
Rutgers University Chemistry Associate Professor Tewodros (Teddy) Asefa grew up in Ethiopia, but a recent trip to Addis Ababa, the capital of Ethiopia, and the political capital of Africa, was still an eye opening experience.
Chemistry on Rutgers Day 2014
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Colgate-Palmolive’s Co-op Program Helps Rutgers Chemistry Undergraduates Grow and Develop Research Interests
Rutgers University Chemistry and Chemical Biology Department undergraduates Shiri Nawrocki and Scott Smart are getting first-hand experience as research scientists through an innovative co-op program at nearby Colgate-Palmolive Company.
Ki-Bum Lee Patents Technology To Advance Stem Cell Therapeutics
Associate Professor Ki-Bum Lee has developed patent-pending technology that may overcome one of the critical barriers to harnessing the full therapeutic potential of stem cells.
New Brunswick area ranked in both Top 10 Most Peaceful Cities and 10 Most Exciting Small Cities
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New Chemistry Building Groundbreaking
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Professor Darrin York among those Honored for Teaching, Research, Service, and Diversity Initiatives
The Rutgers Faculty Scholar-Teacher Award is given to members of the university community who have made outstanding contributions in the classroom, to their disciplines, or for the benefit of the community or world.
Professor Darrin York Named New Jersey Professor of the Year
Professor Darrin York is solving a problem that has vexed large universities for years: How do you give personal attention to students in a lecture class with 400 people?
Professor David A. Case, a Pioneer in Modern Chemical and Pharmaceutical Research, To Receive National ACS Award
David A. Case, Distinguished Professor in the Rutgers University Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, has been selected to receive the American Chemical Society’s (ACS) 2015 Award for Computers in Chemical and Pharmaceutical Research.
Professor Kathryn Uhrich Named ACS Fellow
Professor Kathryn Uhrich, a renowned polymer scientist, has been named a Fellow of the American Chemical Society (ACS), the world’s largest scientific society.
Rutgers Aresty Chemistry Scholars Program Provides Undergraduate Students Early Research Experience
Alicja Cygan of Belle Mead is one of many Rutgers University Chemistry undergraduate students who are getting hands on experience with research earlier in their academic careers through a pilot program funded by the Aresty Research Center.
Rutgers Chemist Receives American Heart Association Fellowship To Advance Research on Cardiovascular Disease
The American Heart Association has awarded Rutgers University Chemistry Postdoctoral Researcher Ana Monica Nunes a two-year fellowship to study novel biological interactions critical to the development of improved treatments for the hardening of the arteries or atherothrombosis, also known as cardiovascular disease, the leading cause of death in the U.S.
Rutgers Chemistry Professor Helen Berman to Receive Benjamin Franklin Award for Open Access in the Life Sciences
Helen M. Berman, Rutgers University Board of Governors Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology (CCB) and the Center for Integrative Proteomics Research, has been selected to receive the Benjamin Franklin Award for Open Access in the Life Sciences from Bioinformatics.org, also known as The Bioinformatics Organization, Inc.
Rutgers Chemistry Students Visit China’s Jilin University
Four Rutgers University Chemistry students recently traveled to Jilin University in Changchun, China as part of an educational exchange program that has seen more than 40 faculty and students traverse the 12 time zones and nearly 6,500 miles between the schools over the last three years.
Teddy Asefa Develops Patent Pending Technology To Produce Clean-Burning Hydrogen
Associate Professor Tewodros (Teddy) Asefa and colleagues have developed patent pending technology that could overcome a major cost barrier to make clean-burning hydrogen fuel – a fuel that could replace expensive and environmentally harmful fossil fuels.
The Protein Data Bank archive now contains more than 100,000 entries
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