Displaying items by tag: Department of Chemistry

Bliss Chang, a senior majoring in biochemistry and biology within the College of Arts and Sciences, has been awarded a 2015 Fulbright scholarship to conduct research in Germany for a year.
Department of Chemistry graduate students place at the 2015 Graduate Research Days.
UAB junior Calla McCulley was selected for the American Chemical Society 2015 Student Leadership Award. Each year, the American Chemical Society (ACS) recognizes 15 undergraduate students as emerging leaders in the field of chemistry.
Jun Chen, chemistry graduate student, won Outstanding Student Oral Presentation at the 2014 Materials Research Society (MRS) meeting in Boston, MA.
A team from the UAB Student Affiliates American Chemical Society participated in the College Chemistry Bowl competition and Demomania at the 66th Southeastern Regional American Chemical Society meeting held October 16-19 in Nashville, TN.
Chemistry graduate student Clarissa L. Weaver won first place in the 2014 Structural Biology Symposium Poster Competition.
Most high-end lab equipment is inaccessible to the public eye, but one of UAB's most powerful drug-discovery tools is clearly visible from the Campus Green.
Aaron L. Lucius, Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry, was formally presented with the Dean's Excellence in Mentorship Award.
August 19, 2014

Liquid Chemistry

If you’ve never heard of zymurgy, you aren’t alone. But if you’ve ever tasted a beer, you’ve experienced it: Zymurgy is the science of fermentation.
Can making movies make you a better chemist? UAB chemistry professor Joe March and graduate student Mitzy Erdmann have proven that it does. Their research-tested approach is now implemented across UAB's introductory General Chemistry curriculum.
Area children will learn just how fun science can be during Mad Scientist Day at the University of Alabama at Birmingham May 17. The event, which is hosted by the Birmingham chapter of Student Affiliates of the American Chemical Society, is free and open to elementary and middle school students.
May 01, 2014

Sharper Image

UAB’s new Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) facility is the largest and most advanced in the state.
May 01, 2014

Winners Circle

In a stunning achievement, four College faculty members were awarded CAREER Awards by the National Science Foundation. The recipients are Dr. Eugenia Kharlampieva, Chemistry; Dr. Karolina Mukhtar, Biology; Dr. Thamar Solorio and Dr. Ragib Hasaan, Computer and Information Sciences.
You won’t find the “Fas pathway” on any hiking map, but thousands of researchers around the world are avidly studying the cellular receptor for clues that could have historic impact not only on disease but on science’s understanding of life and death.
UAB Honors Program student Yoonhee Ryder is one of 10 students chosen from the U.S. by the Clinton Presidential Foundation to “expand their educational and cultural horizons by studying in the Arab world.”
Arrix L. Ryce, a local high school honor student who has worked in UAB labs under the supervision of faculty and students, became the first black student to win the Gorgas Scholarship competition in the contest's 67 year history in March.
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