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Physical Chemistry Seminar – Ryan Bailey, October 23rd


Guenza Lab Discovery Being Tapped for New Medical Treatment

A discovery in Marina Guenza‘s UO chemistry lab, published in a major physics journal, is already being tapped by outside scientists working on a new medical treatment for tuberculosis. Read more at: AorundtheO Cancer slows but can’t stop a UO discovery on protein motion Team ...
Photo Collage: Madi scott, Ashlee Vise and Cirus Waters (closckwise)

Meet our 2017 Chemistry and Biochemistry Scholarship Recipients – Madi Scott, Ashlee Vise & Cyrus Waters

The UO Chemistry and Biochemistry department has announced the recipients of our 2017 undergraduate scholarships. Madi Scott was awarded the Faith Van Nice Scholarship, and Ashlee Vise received the Kuntz-Swinehart Memorial Scholarship, and Cyrus Waters was selected for the Student Affiliates of the ...

Dissertation Defense – Keenan Woods, October 17th

Good luck to Keenan Woods as he defends his thesis for his PhD in Chemistry! Tuesday, October 17, 2017 11 AM in 331 Klamath Hall The title of his dissertation is “Amorphous Metal Oxide Thin Films from Aqueous Precursors: New Routes to High-κ Dielectrics, Impact of Annealing Atmosphere ...

Dissertation Defense – Adam Jansons, October 17th

Good luck to Adam Jansons as he defends his thesis for his PhD in Chemistry! Tuesday, October 17, 2017 3 PM in 220 Deschutes The title of his dissertation is “Living Nanocrystals: Synthesis of Precisely Defined Metal Oxide Nanocrystals Through a Continuous Growth Process.”

Physical Chemistry Seminar – George Rose, October 9th


Organic/Inorganic Seminar – October 6th

Bruce Branchaud

Research by Bruce Branchaud’s Leads to New Drug

A new anti-inflammatory drug moving into phase two clinical trials to treat two serious diseases was built on a scientific collaboration with UO chemist, Bruce Branchaud. Read more in AroundtheO and the Daily Emerald: Drug entering clinical trials has fingerprint of UO ...

Physical Chemistry Seminar – Adam Moule, October 2nd


Christopher Hendon talks Coffee Science in The Conversation

New UO Chemistry and Biochemistry faculty Christopher H. Hendon discusses the science behind good coffee in an article for The Conversation. Read his article here.
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