• Using Computational Chemistry to Produce Cheaper Infrared Plastic Lenses

    Photo of Jeff Pyun, Dennis Lichtenberger, Robert Norwood and Richard Glass by Linda Schadler: 

    Story and photo by Mikayla Mace, University Communications | October 29, 2019

    Five years ago, when University of Arizona materials scientist...

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  • Help Take Chemistry "Magic" Shows to Local Classrooms

    The Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry (CBC) is pleased to offer science demonstration "magic" shows to K-12 schools and other community organizations in the Tucson area during the academic year. While our CBC student magicians don’t charge a fee, there is a small cost involved in...

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  • Mark Yanagihashi Receives Copernicus Award

    Preproom Manager Mark Yanagihashi has been selected to receive a 2020 Copernicuis Award from the Galileo Circle by the College of Science Dean's Board of Advisors. This award, established through the generosity of members of the Galileo Circle, recognizes Mark's extraordinatory accomplishments...

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Using Computational Chemistry to Produce Cheaper Infrared Plastic Lenses

Help Take Chemistry "Magic" Shows to Local Classrooms

Mark Yanagihashi Receives Copernicus Award

Using Computational Chemistry to Produce Cheaper Infrared Plastic Lenses

Help Take Chemistry "Magic" Shows to Local Classrooms

Mark Yanagihashi Receives Copernicus Award

Spotlights

Ellie Warder won ribbons for her salsa at the Arizona State Fair held this past October in Phoenix. Her Salsa Verde won 1st place while her Cranberry Salsa, which has won several times at the CBC Salsa Challenge, came in 3rd. Congratulations, Ellie!

Graduate student Metin Karayilan has been selected by the American Chemical Society's Division of Environmental Chemistry and the National Institute of Standards and Technology to receive the 2020 Kenneth G. Hancock Memorial Award.  This award provides national recognition for outstanding student contributions to advancing the goals of green chemistry. Metin will be honored at the 24th Annual Green Chemistry & Engineering Conference to ber held in Seattle in 2020. Congratulations, Metin!

The Program to Advance Women Scientists (PAWS) announces the election of officers for 2019-20: