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Upcoming Physical Chemistry Seminar – Dean DeLongchamp, Feb. 27th

Dissertation Defense – Matthew Bailey, March 2nd

Good luck to Matthew Bailey as he defends his thesis for his PhD in Chemistry! Thursday, March 2, 2017 12:30 PM in 331 Klamath Hall After graduating, Matthew will be doing a post doc in Bob Goldstein’s lab at UNC Chapel Hill, learning live imaging and genome editing in C. elegans. Download ...

Geri Richmond Quoted in Washington Post Article

UO Chemistry and Biochemistry faculty Geri Richmond talks about the future of science funding in the Trump administration with The Washington Post.  Richmond is also the chair of the AAAS Board of Directors. Additional covereage in AroundItheO.

Hutchison Discusses Green Chemistry and Nanomaterials with R & D Magazine

R & D Magazine caught up with UO Chemistry and Biochemistry faculty Jim Hutchison at the AAAS Annual Meeting to talk about a “green chemistry” approach to nanomaterial production. Read more at

Alum Mike Taylor selected as a judge for Veneer Tech Craftsman’s Challenge

UO Chemistry and Biochemistry alum Mike Taylor was selected for the 2017 panel that will judge an international design competition highlighting achievement in the use of natural wood veneer products. Taylor, the CEO of States Industries in Eugene, OR, earned his BS in Chemistry in 1994 and MBA ...

Upcoming Physical Chemistry Seminar – Stephen Whitelam, Feb. 13th

Three Biochemistry Undergrads to Present at 2017 McNair Scholars Symposium

2017 McNair Scholars Symposium  New Voices in Research Wednesday, February 15, 2017 Noon – 4pm Gumwood Room, EMU Three UO Chemistry and Biochemistry undergraduates will be participating in the 2017 McNair Scholar Symposium. Everyone is invited to attend the symposium and to hear our students ...

UO Alum Thomas Hager Selected for 2017 ACS Science Writing Award

  The American Chemical Society’s 2017 James T. Grady-James H. Stack Award for Interpreting Chemistry for the Public has been awarded to University of Oregon alumnus Thomas Hager. The award recognizes writers whose work increases the public’s knowledge and understanding of ...

Upcoming Physical Chemistry Seminar – Lutz Maibaum

Boekelheide Lecture Series – Carolyn Bertozzi, Stanford University

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