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These chemistry graduate students completed the recent Ragnar relay race from Madison to Chicago. We love to see Badger Chemists who are passionate about their interests both in and out of the lab!
We recently welcomed middle and high school students and teachers from across the state to the department for the Wisconsin Crystal Growing Contest awards ceremony. Hundreds of students participated in this year's contest -- they created some pretty impressive crystals!
University of Wisconsin, Madison ranks among The 50 Best Chemistry Programs in the World Today! http://bitly.com/top50chem
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Our fourth-year chemical biology students recently presented seminars to the department. "Similar to years past, the quality of the talks was top-notch, and the diversity of chemical biology research presented was broad," Professor and Path Chair Helen Blackwell says. Michelle Boursier (Blackwell group) and Visham Appadoo (Lynn group) ultimately were selected as the Chemical Biology Seminar Day Student Award-winners.
Staff members Stephen Block and Jim Zernicke recently were honored with College of Letters & Science excellence awards. Read on to learn why:
Family and friends of graduating chemistry majors and chemistry graduate students gathered May 13 to honor the the newest class of Badger Chemists. Tag yourself or a friend!
Do you know an outstanding college student who should be considering graduate school in chemistry? Students who will be juniors and seniors next year are invited to apply for our Chemistry Opportunities (CHOPs) program, which features an expenses-paid grad school preview weekend. Apply by this Friday, May 13.
We live in an era of high-tech gadgets. But in Tracy Drier's lab, he performs miracles of construction and reconstruction with tools and techniques that are more than a century old. Meet the UW-Madison Department of Chemistry's glass whisperer. go.wisc.edu/5e429w
Tracy Drier is one of the many dedicated staff members who help keep the department's research enterprise running smoothly behind the scenes:
Aubrey Ellison from the Raines Lab is learning the craft of scientific glassblowing in a UW-Madison Department of Chemistry class.
On April 29, the department recognized 80+ chemistry undergraduate and graduate students at an award ceremony. Gifts from generous alumni and friends provided more than $250,000 in scholarship and fellowship awards. Feel free to tag yourself or a friend.
Stop by Union South tomorrow to meet and learn from our chemistry undergrad researchers.
Learn how you can support the Chemistry Building Project, a sorely needed instructional space addition and renovation:
An illustrated guide to quorum sensing, based on a recent Blackwell group paper:
As part of cross-campus collaborations, Professors Hamers, Hermans, and Coon will receive UW2020 funding to pursue ambitious interdisciplinary research:
Among our many, many talented grad students, 10 recently were awarded NSF and NIH research fellowships for 2016:
Professor Bob Hamers joins The Larry Meiller Show for a talk on nanotechnology and renewable energy on Monday March 28 at 11AM.
Join us Monday as UW-Madison Department of Chemistry & UW-Madison College of Engineering professor Bob Hamers joins The Larry Meiller Show for a talk on nanotechnology and renewable energy.
Congratulations to Professor Garand who earned the prestigious Sloan Research Fellowship
More exciting work from the Hamers group and SustainableNano!
There's been a steam line break near the Chemistry Department tonight. The fix requires shutting down steam to the Daniels and Mathews buildings, which will result in the fans going off, and heat going down. Please avoid going into the building tonight until Jeff Nielsen sends an ALL Clear. Shain should be fine, but if you are in, please avoid going between the buildings, to minimize heat loss. This should not be a life-safety issue unless the fans need to be off for several hours.