An article in Biochemistry by Bob Blankenship and Mike Gross on bacteriochlorophyll was highlighted
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Steven Kinsley has received a Faculty Award from the School Council of Arts & Sciences and was recognized for his accomplishment in a ceremony April 11, 2011.
The "Catalysts for Change workshops aimed at introducing female high school students to science, technology and engineering fields.
Fukushima: The Science and Health Effects of the Nuclear Disaster in Japan," a presentation by WU professors Henry Royal and Lee Sobotka was made at the Assembly Series.
Student Life, the independent, student-run newspaper of Washington University, elected Prof. Rich Loomis as The Reader's Choice pick for Best Professor for Fall 2010 (in their "Best of" issue). ...
Prof. Mike Gross and his group develop mass spectrometry methods to study protein folding. This research was highlighted in Nature in the "News and Views" section, (...
Liviu Mirica, PhD, Assistant Professor of Chemistry in Arts & Sciences, has received a one-year, Breast Cancer Research Program (BCRP) Concept Award grant from the U.S.
Bill Buhro, Chair of the Chemistry Department and the George E. Pake Professor in Arts & Science, will receive the St. Louis Award from the St. Louis section of the American Chemical Society (...
Profs. Bill Buhro and David Gutsche (emeritus) were selected as a Fellows of the American Chemical Society.
Liviu Mirica's work highlighted in C&E News
Liviu Mirica was awarded a 2010 Ralph E.
The Freshman Class (across all departments and programs) voted to award Prof.
Christine Kirmaier was promoted this spring to Research Professor. She works on electron transfer and energy...
Lee G. Sobotka was awarded the title of Fellow of the American Physical Society (APS) in 2009.
Holten, Kirmaier, Blankenship and Argonne Nat'l Lab researchers receive $900k DOE SISGR grant.
Sophia Hayes awarded the R. Vold Memorial Prize
Liviu Mirica was awarded an ACS Petroleum Research Fund *Doctoral New Investigator (DNI)* grant for a period of two years in support of his research in renewable energy catalysis.
Prof. Tom Lin's and coworkers' article, "Hydroxo-Bridged Dinuclear Cupric Complexes Encapsulated in Various Mesoporous Silicas to Mimic the Catalytic Activity of Catechol Oxidases: Reactivity and...