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Zhao Li
Apr 17, 2015
Zhao Li (graduate student in the Yung-Ya Lin group) has been selected for the 2015 Distinguished Teaching Award for Teaching Assistants.
Professor Louis Bouchard
Apr 16, 2015
UCLA researchers develop novel image filtering algorithm. 
 
Graphene
Apr 16, 2015
Research on graphene supercapacitors conducted by Professor Richard Kaner’s group was recently highlighted in a widely used chemistry textbook.
Eric Scerri
Apr 15, 2015

UCLA lecturer and author Eric Scerri quoted in British newspaper about the possibility that elements may need to be reordered.

Sriram Kosuri
Apr 13, 2015
Professor Sriram “Sri” Kosuri has been named 2015 Searle Scholar.
Paula Diaconescu
Apr 10, 2015
Professor Paula Diaconescu has been awarded the 2015 Guggenheim Fellowship.
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Apr 9, 2015
In a field of 16,000+ applicants, seven current & former Chemistry & Biochemistry graduate & undergraduate students receive 2015 NSF GRFP Fellowship
New meteorite
Apr 8, 2015
The UCLA Meteorite Gallery, California's largest collection of meteorites, has added two large iron meteorites - and both may be touched by the public.
 
Yuxi Zhao
Apr 8, 2015
Yuxi Zhao (PhD ’15 Chemistry - Weiss group) awarded 2015 Chinese-American Engineers & Scientists Association of Southern California (CESASC) scholarship. 
Professor Shimon Weiss
Apr 7, 2015
Professor Shimon Weiss research team awarded $1.35 million grant by Human Frontier Science Program (HFSP) to develop nanosensors.
 

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