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.
Professor of Chemistry Jennifer Schomaker has been selected as an AAAS Fellow for distinguished contributions to organic chemistry through methods for catalyst-controlled C-H functionalization via nitrene transfer and complex amine synthesis employing unusual reactive intermediates.