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Mike Harms Quoted in article about Ancient Proteins

UO faculty Michael Harms is interviewed for an article in The Scientist on how ancient protiens might play a role in protecting plants from viral infection. Read more: Ancient Protein Helps E. coli Thwart Viral Attack

Physical Chemistry Seminar – Ranko Richert, May 15th


Geri Richmond Quoted as NSB Reviews Next Edition of S&E Indicators

Geri Richmond is quoted in article on National Science Board’s review of the next edition of Science & Engineering Indicators. Read the artice at:

Dissertation Defense – Penghao Li, May 17th

Good luck to Penghao Li as he defends his thesis for his PhD in Chemistry! Wednesday, May 17, 2017 1 PM in 331 Klamath The title of his thesis is Strained Aromatic Macrocycles as the Building Blocks for Functional Materials.

Creating Nanomaterials through Sustainable Design – Hutchison Hosts ACS Webinar

UO Chemistry and Biochemistry faculty Jim Hutchison will host an  ACS webinar on how to Create nanomaterials through sustainable design. Nanomaterial Design Guided by the Principles of Green Chemistry Thursday, May 18, 2017 @ 2-3pm ET For more information and to register, ...

Physical Chemistry Seminar – Anne McCoy, May 8th


Science, Engineering and Health Ph.D.s: Where Are They Now? – Geri Richmond Quoted in Inside Higher Ed Article

UO Chemistry and Biochemistry faculty Geri Richmond is quoted in an Inside Higher Ed article about Science, Engineering and Health Ph.D.s career paths. Read the article and check out the interactive infographic at:

Jeff Cina speaks at March for Science

In response to a call for a national Earth Day-2017 March for Science in Washington, DC and local Marches throughout the US, a 22-April-2017 rally was held on the UO’s Memorial Quadrangle, followed by a peaceful march to the Federal Building in downtown Eugene.  Organizations sponsoring this ...

Daily Emerald’s Spotlight on Science interviews Michael Haley

The Emerald Podcast Network kicked off its new series, Spotlight on Science, by interviewing UO Chemistry and Biochemistry faculty Michael Haley.  EPN’s Franklin Lewis chats with Prof. Haley about his research, his Boston terrier, and common misconceptions about organic chemistry. Listen to ...

Physical Chemistry Seminar – Brian Clowers, May 1st

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