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Pluth Lab Designer Molecule Offers New Hope for Damaged Cells

Researchers in the UO lab of chemist Michael Pluth are part of a global battle against oxidative stress in the human body. It happens as we age and when we eat too much, smoke and drink alcohol. Affected cells release reactive oxygen that damage cells. Heart disease, cancer, Alzheimer’s, ...

Alumna & FBI Agent Julia Cowley Speaks at Westfield State University

Veteran FBI agent Julia Cowley spoke about her experience in the FBI’s Behavioral Analysis Unit at Westfield State University in Massachusettes this past October.  Her lecture was hosted by WSU departments of psychology and criminal justice. Ms. Cowley graduated from the University of Oregon ...

Dissertation Defense – Matthew Kast, November 23rd

Good luck to Matthew Kast as he defends his thesis for his PhD in Chemistry!   Wednesday, November 23, 2016 3:00 PM in 331 Klamath Hall The title of his thesis is “Towards Tunable and Multifunctional Interfaces: Multicomponent Amorphous Alloys and Bilayer Stacks”

Upcoming Physical Chemistry Seminar ~ Joel Yuen

New Website for the UO Tyler Invention Greenhouse

The Tyler Invention Greenhouse builds upon the UO’s strength in green chemistry, design and innovation to accelerate the infusion of greener products into society – tapping basic research discoveries to meet the compelling national need for sustainable products.

Upcoming Organic/Inorganic Seminar ~ Justin Du Bois

Meet our 2016 Chemistry and Biochemistry Scholarship Recipients – Ainsley Taylor & Brian Drury

Last June, the UO Chemistry and Biochemistry department selected the recipients of our undergraduate scholarships for the 2016-17 academic year.  Ainsley Taylor was awarded the Faith Van Nice Scholarship, and Brian Drury received the Kuntz-Swinehart Memorial Scholarship.
photo: Ken Prehoda

Ken Prehoda Talks Research in Around the O and the Register Guard

UO Chemsitry and Biochemistry’s Ken Prehoda has been in the news this week! 

Dissertation Defense – Paul Plassmeyer, November 22nd

Good luck to Paul Plassmeyer as he defends his thesis for his PhD in Chemistry! Tuesday, November 22, 2016 3:30 PM in 331 Klamath Hall        The title of his thesis is “Metal-Oxide Thin Films: The Role of Cation/Water Interactions”

Autumn Bradley Publishes Children’s Book to Spark Interest in Science

UO Chemistry and Biochemistry Lab Preparator Autumn Bradley has written a children’s book designed to get young children thinking about careers in science.
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