Photos from the inaugural Carolyn & Charles Knobler Lecture are now available for viewing.
Professor Bill Gelbart was recently interviewed by UCLA Health to discuss the "Five intriguing facts about viruses that cause measles, Ebola and other scourges."
Professor Craig Merlic was recently appointed as the Executive Director of the UC Center for Laboratory Safety.
UCLA Chemistry & Biochemistry graduate student Dan McNamara (Yeates Lab) was named as one of the Audree Fowler Fellows in Protein Science.
The UCLA Student Members of the American Chemical Society (SMACS) were selected for the American Chemical Society's (ACS) Commendable Student Chapter Award.
Professor Timothy Deming has been appointed as an Associate Editor for the ACS Journal, Biomacromolecules.
Professor Al Courey has been appointed as the first Associate Dean for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the UCLA Division of Physical Sciences.
For the second consecutive year, UCLA ranked No. 5 in Kiplinger Personal Finance’s list of “Best Values in Public Colleges.”
Professors Sabeeha Merchant, Joseph Loo, and colleagues have found that some cells build intracellular compartments that allow the cell to store metals and maintain equilibrium.
Graduate student Jeffrey Vinokur and his act as the "Dancing Scientist" was recently profiled by ASBMB Today.
Professor David Eisenberg has been awarded the first Switzer Prize for Biomedical Discovery.
The Organization for Cultural Diversity in Science (OCDS) recently debuted its first college community demo training program at UCLA.
Professor Paul Weiss and James Hohman have devised a facile route to synthesize designer gallium-based alloy microscale and nanoscale materials with precise elemental ratios and excellent uniformity.
UCLA Chemistry & Biochemistry alumnus, Professor Curt Breneman (B.S. 1980), was recently named as the Dean of the School of Science at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
Professor Thomas Mason's LithoPartical Dispersions: Colloidal Alphabet Soup is currently being featured at the Boston Society of Architects' StereoType art exhibition.
Professor Rachelle Crosbie-Watson (Ph.D. 1994, Reisler Group) received the 2014 Lotus Award from Coalition Duchenne for her outstanding contributions to Duchenne muscular dystrophy education, research, and awareness.
Professor Sri Kosuri's work with alternative rock band OK Go to help release their newest album, encoded into DNA, has been highlighted by the New Yorker and Popular Science.
Megan Cory, an undergraduate student in the Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry was featured by KPCC in a radio clip discussing her campaign to fight diabetes.
Professors Ken Houk, Yi Tang, and colleagues have won HPCwire's 2014 Reader's Choice Award for the "Best Use of HPC (High-performance computing) Application in Life Sciences".
New nanoscale protein container developed by Professor Todd Yeates and colleagues could lead to synthetic vaccines and offer a way to deliver medicine inside of human cells.
The new process developed by Professor James Liao and colleagues could reduce carbon dioxide emissions and lower production costs.
On November 7, 2014, the Graduate Student Affairs Office held its first annual Outreach and Diversity Day, co-sponsored by the American Chemical Society (ACS).