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Catalysis Innovation Consortium holds first annual meeting at Emory

The Catalysis Innovation Consortium (CIC) held its first annual meeting September 21-23 on the Emory Campus. The CIC is the legacy of the NSF Center for Selective C-H Functionalization.Continue readingCatalysis Innovation Consortium holds first annual meeting at Emory

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Emory Wheel features Center for Molecular Mechanobiology led by Khalid Salaita

Emory Wheel reported on a recent grant made to chemistry’s Khalid Salaita to establish a research center focused on Molecular Mechanobiology.Continue readingEmory Wheel features Center for Molecular Mechanobiology led by Khalid Salaita

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Graduate alum Misael Romero-Reyes featured by Science ATL

Graduate alum Misael Romero-Reyes, currently a professor at Georgia Gwinnett College, is featured in a new Science ATL campaign, “Science Lives Here!”Continue readingGraduate alum Misael Romero-Reyes featured by Science ATL

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Dennis Liotta honored at White House for innovation in HIV treatment

Throughout his multi-decade career, Dennis Liotta has been instrumental in the creation of novel therapies that have benefited millions of lives around the world. Continue readingDennis Liotta honored at White House for innovation in HIV treatment

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Bill Wuest part of team using AI to develop next-generation disinfectants

he National Science Foundation has awarded $800,000 to a team including Emory chemist William Wuest that will use artificial intelligence to develop next-generation disinfectants against resistant bacteria. Continue readingBill Wuest part of team using AI to develop next-generation disinfectants

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NIH funds Emory center to advance cellular mechanics

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has awarded Dr. Khalid Salaita $5.6 million to establish a national center to advance pioneering technology for cellular mechanics.Continue readingNIH funds Emory center to advance cellular mechanics

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Doug Mulford named Nat C. Roberston Teaching Professor of Science and Society

Professor of Pedagogy Doug Mulford has been selected as the Nat C. Roberston Teaching Professor of Science and Society.Continue readingDoug Mulford named Nat C. Roberston Teaching Professor of Science and Society

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New chemistry faculty featured by Emory College

Emory College features our four new chemistry colleagues – part of a cohort of 64 new faculty joining Emory this fall.Continue readingNew chemistry faculty featured by Emory College

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Dennis Liotta profiled in “Faces of American Innovation” Report

Dennis Liotta featured in report that celebrates people behind life-changing inventions fostered by the Bayh-Dole Act.Continue readingDennis Liotta profiled in “Faces of American Innovation” Report

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Dunham Group research in Phys.org

Images of enzymes in action captured by the Dunham lab reveal the secrets of antibiotic-resistant bacteria.Continue readingDunham Group research in Phys.org

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Faculty discuss admissions

“Applying 411” is a special blog series about applying to graduate school in chemistry–at Emory and in general. The goal of this series is to demystify the process and help applicants feel confident as they seek a home for their graduate studies.Continue readingFaculty discuss admissions

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Bill Wuest discusses chemistry of soap in “I’ve always wondered…”

Bill Wuest discusses the chemistry of soap in the Marketplace column that tackles business-related questions from readers and listeners.Continue readingBill Wuest discusses chemistry of soap in “I’ve always wondered…”