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Physical Chemistry Seminar – David Limmer, April 30th

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James Prell Selected for ASMS Research Award

UO Chemistry and Biochemistry faculty James Prell has been chosen for a 2018 American Society for Mass Spectrometry Research Award. The $35,000 awards are presented annually to promote academic research by young scientists in mass spectrometry.
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In Memoriam – Anthony Ruggiero, Class of ’86

UO Chemistry and Biochemistry alumnus Anthony “Tony” Ruggiero passed away on March 1, 2018, in Livermore, California. Tony earned his PhD in Physical Chemistry at the University of Oregon in 1986, working with Professor Bruce Hudson. Read his obituary at https://bit.ly/2qH3WKk  
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Announcing Three Undergraduate Scholarships – Apply by May 7, 2018

The UO Chemistry and Biochemistry Department is happy to announce the availability of three departmental undergraduate scholarships for our majors. The submission deadline for all departmental undergraduate scholarships is Monday, May 7, 2018. Scholarship awards will be announced at the end of ...
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Alum Brian Gu appointed VC and President of XPENG Motors

Dr. Brian Gu, XPENG Motors vice chairman and president (PRNewsfoto/XPENG Motors) XPENG Motors, a leading Chinese electric vehicle company, recently announced that Dr. Brian Gu has been appointed as Vice Chairman and President. Dr. Gu graduated from the University of Oregon in 1993 with a degree ...

Three Chemistry Graduate Students Selected for Fellowship Awards

UO Dissertation Research Fellowship:

Forrest Laskowski, Boettcher Lab

2018 NSF Graduate Research Fellowships:

Ruth Maust, Jasti Lab Trevor Shear, Darren Johnson Lab

Organic/Inorganic Seminar – Mark Allendorf, April 13th

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Physical Chemistry Seminar – Ignacio Franco, April 16th

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Perfect Chemistry in the Oregon Quarterly

UO Women in Graduate Sciences (WGS) was established in 2005 by Chemistry graduate student Sarah Staggs Wisser, who worked in the Darren Johnson lab. With a current membership of 150, WGS at Oregon is one of the largest graduate student women’s groups in the country. The success of WGS is so ...

O/I Chemistry Rotation Talks – April 5th & 6th

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