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2015 News

Chemistry PhD Student Shreyas Shah Wins 1st Place at Bell Labs Nobel Prize Celebration

Shreyas Shah wins first place Bell Labs Nobel prize celebration v1Over the last 90 years, Bell Labs (known as the ‘America’s Idea Factory’) has made ground-breaking and innovative discoveries which have resulted in eight Nobel Prizes in Physics or Chemistry.

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Forensic Chemistry: A New Option for Chemistry Majors

forensic chemistry v2The Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology and the Program in Criminal Justice have created a new option for chemistry majors: Forensic Chemistry.

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Kevin Theisen has Grown iChemLabs Into a Global Software Company

KevinTheisen v3As an enterprising Rutgers University Chemistry undergraduate student, Kevin Theisen launched iChemLabs in 2008 with seed money from a generous donor who specifically wanted to help entrepreneurs start new companies.

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New CCB Executive Director of Administration

Charlene Glascock v1We are delighted to announce that Charlene Glascock has accepted the Executive Director of Administration position in the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology.

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Nicholas Lease Awarded the BASF Corporation Catalysts Division Fellowship in Chemistry and Chemical Biology for the 2015-2016 Academic Year

BASF CorpoBASF RUT 05ration, the Catalysts Division and Heterogeneous Catalysts Research (GCC) has generously donated a one-year fellowship for a high-achieving chemistry graduate student in his/her third or fourth year of study in the Rutgers-New Brunswick Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology.

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Professor Deirdre O’Carroll has Won a CAREER Grant from the NSF

Deirdre OCarroll career award v1Professor Deirdre O’Carroll has won a highly-competitive Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) grant from the National Science Foundation for her work on developing nanoscale photonic structures to increase the stability of blue phosphorescent light emitting molecules.

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Rutgers Chemistry Research Holds Great Promise for Advancing Sustainable Energy

Greenblatt Dismukes newsNew research published by Rutgers University chemists has documented significant progress confronting one of the main challenges inhibiting widespread utilization of sustainable power: Creating a cost-effective process to store energy so it can be used later.

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