New Chemistry Building Construction
2016 Undergraduate Achievement Awards
Welcome to New Faculty Member Dr. Lu Wang!
Malaria Drug Created in Dr. Knapp's Lab to Undergo Clinical Trials
Chemistry PhD Student Shreyas Shah Wins 1st Place at Bell Labs Nobel Prize Celebration
Rutgers Chemistry Research Holds Great Promise for Advancing Sustainable Energy
Cultural and Educational Opportunities at China's Jilin University
Professor Darrin York Named New Jersey Professor of the Year
Started in a Rutgers Dorm, Kevin Theisen’s iChemLabs has Grown Into a Global Software Company
The Chemistry Graduate Student Experience
Aresty Chemistry Scholars Program Provides Early Research Experience
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Faculty Profile

Crystallographic studies of human viruses and viral proteins, molecular design

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Research Highlight

DNA is startlingly prone to chemical damage, by both exogenous and endogenous species. Such damage is associated with mutagenesis, carcinogenesis and aging. Repair of DNA is initiated by a family of enzymes called glycosylases.