2019 News

Two CCB Faculty Make the List of Highly Cited Researchers for 2019

Jing Li and Teddy Asefa

Professors Jing Li and Tewodros Asefa were both named Highly Cited Researchers! This year marks the first time more than one CCB faculty member made it to the list.

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Professor Inspires Indian Students to Pursue Careers in Science

Vijyoshi Science Camp

Alan Goldman recently participated in the Vijyoshi National Science Camp in Kolkata, India which is organized annually by Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana (Young Scientist Incentive Plan).

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CCB Celebrates Visiting Students from the Rutgers-Jilin Chemistry Exchange Program

Jilin Poster Session

CCB celebrated the visiting Jilin University students as they showcased their research from the semester. 

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Anika Jalil Wins National Poster Award in Orlando, Florida

Anika Jalil's Winning Poster

 Anika Jalil wins 3rd place in the Fuels, Petrochemicals and Energy Division poster competition at the Florida AIChE conference.

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ACS Industry Matters Interview: Karin Calvinho

Karin Calvinho ACS Industry Matters

The American Chemical Society interviews Karin Calvinho about her experience with running a start-up in grad school!

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Remsing Group Receives NASA Funding

Remsing Group Receives NASA Funding

The Remsing Group received funding from NASA's Exobiology program for their work understanding the chemistry of weird life on Titan.

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A Bigger, Better Rutgers

Strategic Plan THUMB

Rutgers is looking to take its place among the best universities in America. Today, Rutgers is well positioned to fulfill its expanded mission as an academic, health, and research powerhouse that leverages outstanding talent, resources, and expertise to improve the human condition.

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A Young Scientist Asks Big Questions and Finds His Own Path to Success

Goldman Lab

In Alan Goldman’s lab, Tariq Bhatti is pursuing the questions that fascinate him and conducting experiments that could have enormous impact on the environment and energy production.

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Young Alumna Spotlight: Kholud Dardir

Kholud Dardir

This month we spolight Kholud Dardir, a successful alumna using her chemistry experience to research intellectual property cases at a law firm.

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Scientist's Curiosity About Art Forgery Leads to Deeper Examination of Chemistry of Art


"Chemistry of Art" explores the ways science and art are fused together.

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RenewCO₂ Featured in NASA Video

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Rutgers-based RenewCO₂ appears in a new NASA video for its CO2 quest that can enable humans to live on Mars.

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Protein Data Bank at Rutgers Awarded $34.5 Million Grant


The RCSB Protein Data Bank made more than 150,000 3D biomolecular structures freely available to the public.

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A Robot and Software Make It Easier to Create Advanced Materials

Gormley Lab

A Rutgers-led team has developed an automated way to produce polymers, making it easier to create advanced materials for improving human health.

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Faculty Spotlight: Mark Lipke

Mark Lipke

Professor Mark Lipke is an assistant professor researching the chemical challenges faced in energy science.

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Zhang Studies Quantum Information Science with DOE Grant in Collaboration with FSU Professor

Zhang Receives DOE Funding

This project was part of the DOE’s targeted research to advance the emerging field of QIS.

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Wang Group Receives $435,000 NSF Grant

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Lu Wang received NSF grant funding for her proposal "Elucidating Chemical Features and Biological Functions of Short Hydrogen Bonds."

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Industry Leadership Night

Industry Leadership Night 1

The Department of Chemistry & Chemical Biology at Rutgers University hosted its first Industry Meet and Greet on Thursday, April 11, 2019.

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2019 Undergraduate Research Symposium/Jean Wilson Day Event

Jean Wilson Day Flier with Date in Red
Jean Wilson Day is a celebration of our undergraduates in honor of the former Rutgers student.

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Charles Dismukes Receives Inaugural Prize for Innovation

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The Grossman Prize, a gift from a Rutgers alumnus, will help faculty members developing innovative ideas.

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Congratulations Joachim Kohn!


Joachim Kohn is a 2020 ACS award recipient.

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