The Department of Chemistry will welcome three new theorists in fall 2022 as part of Arts & Sciences' Digital Transformation Initiative.
Through the Packard Foundation’s STEM DEI program, the Department of Chemistry will expand its efforts to recruit, mentor, support, and train outstanding scientists from diverse backgrounds.
Addressing atmospheric pollution, chemists develop new catalyst for converting carbon dioxide into fuel
New results from Washington University in St. Louis demonstrate a record-breaking single catalyst for converting carbon dioxide pollution into fuel.
With the help of WashU’s Institute for School Partnership (ISP), Bryce Sadtler has been supporting local science teachers since 2015, including through a summer teacher-researcher partnership initiative.
In partnership with Agilent and Merck, scientists in the Department of Chemistry in Arts & Sciences will develop new metabolomics workflows.
Chemistry graduate student Austin Moyle is part of a growing network of safety partners fostering an inclusive culture of safety at institutions across the country.