Professor Tim Bertram is leading a team that will receive $890,000 from the Arnold and Mabel Beckman Foundation for mass spectrometry for atmospheric monitoring. The University of Wisconsin–Madison team will use the funding to develop …
The Department of Chemistry Undergraduate Research Board held its Spring Chemistry Poster Symposium on Friday, April 21. Twenty-four undergraduate students presented their research in the North Tower Atrium.
Thomas Record, Jr., a faculty member with the University of Wisconsin–Madison’s Department of Chemistry for more than 50 years will present Biophysical Studies of Protein Self-Assembly Interactions and of the Mechanism of Transcription Initiation.
The prestigious honor is a five-year fellowship providing three years of financial support inclusive of an annual stipend of $37,000.
Organic light emitting diodes (OLEDs) are non-metallic layers situated between charged surfaces that will emit light in response to electrical currents. Most everyone interacts with organic light emitting diodes on a daily basis, maybe without even realizing it. In fact— you might be using one right now!
What started as a multi-year collaboration of researchers with varying scientific backgrounds from two lab groups – the Blackwell Lab in the Department of Chemistry and the Lynn Lab in the Department of Chemical and …
Four University of Wisconsin–Madison professors, including Assistant Professor of Chemistry Zach Wickens, have been named to Sloan Research Fellowships — competitive, prestigious awards given to promising researchers in the early stages of their careers.
A new University of Wisconsin–Madison study has implications for predicting coral reef survival and developing mitigation strategies against having their bony skeletons weakened by ocean acidification.