The Atlanta Science Festival returns to Emory the week of March 19th-26th. Chemistry will be well-represented at the Exploration Expo and is also sponsoring the event "Science of the Anthropocene: How Humans Are Changing the World."
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Chemistry Events

News & Announcements

Graduate student Keon Reid (Kindt Group) has received a travel award from the Biophysical Society Committee for Inclusion and Diversity (CID) to attend the Society’s 60th Annual Meeting in Los Angeles, California. 

Several of our research groups have new or updated websites: Lutz Group, Egap Group, and Lian Group!

Susanna Widicus Weaver has been named Vice-Chair of the American Chemical Society's Astrochemistry Subdivision for 2016. She is also quoted in the recent Scientific American article "The Hunt for Alien Molecules."

Nate Jui has received the 2015 Thieme Chemistry Journal Award from the editors of Synlett, Synthesis, and Synfacts. The award recognizes promising young professors at the beginning of their careers.

Tim Lian's research is profiled in the article "Chemists find new way to do light-driven reactions in solar energy quest" and the WSB-TV story "New discovery could lead to water powered cars." Dr. Lian was also recently elected as a fellow of the American Physical Society.

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