A photo collage from the 2014 Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry Commencement Ceremony is now available for viewing online.
Prof. Jim Gimzewski was recently featured on the radio program Pulse of the Planet (presented by the National Science Foundation), where he described the use of atomic force microscopes to listen to the sounds made by a single cell.
Nature Physics recently highlighted the Zink Group's ACS Nano publication, "Taking the Temperature of the Interiors of Magnetically Heated Nanoparticles."
Video recording of the commencement address from the UCLA Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry Graduation Ceremony (held on June 14, 2014) is available for viewing online.
UCLA Chemistry & Biochemistry alumnus Garrett Lim (B.S., 2002) was honored at the 2014 MLB All-Star game when he was selected as one of thirty best educators in North America for the Target presents People All-Star Teachers Campaign.
Dr. Arlene Russell is one of 99 distinguished members of the American Chemical Society (ACS) who have been named as 2014 ACS Fellows.
UCLA Chemistry & Biochemistry alumnus Courtney C. Aldrich (Ph.D., 2001 - Merlic Lab) has been named as the inaugural editor-in-chief for the American Chemical Society's new journal, ACS Infectious Diseases.
UCLA Newsroom has written a feature on graduate student, Steven Lopez (Houk Lab), who won the UCLA Academic Senate's 2013-2014 Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Award.
The American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB) has selected Professor David Eisenberg as the recipient of the 2015 Bert and Natalie Vallee Award in Biomedical Science.
Professor Sabeeha Merchant has been appointed as the director of the UCLA-Department of Energy (UCLA-DOE) Institute.
UCLA Chemistry & Biochemistry graduate student Jeffrey Vinokur (Bowie Lab) appeared on ABC's The View and NBC's Today Show with his performance as the "Dancing Scientist."
UCLA Chemistry & Biochemistry Alumnus James Pitts (B.S., 1945) passed away at age 93. Pitts, whose smog research led to cleaner air in California was remembered by the Los Angeles Times.
Professor James Gimzewski was featured in the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation TV program, The Nature of Things.
UCLA Student Members of the American Chemical Society received an Honorable Mention Chapter Award from the American Chemical Society.
Professor Neil Garg, Dr. Jonah Chang, and graduate student Liana Hie (Garg Group) were highlighted in the American Chemical Society's Nexus Blog about their efforts in promoting green chemistry to undergraduate students.
Professors David Eisenberg, Ken Houk, Ric Kaner, and Jeff Zink have been selected in Thomson Reuters' Highly Cited Researchers 2014.
The Chemistry and Biochemistry Graduate Student Association (CBGSA) recently visited The Willows Community School, where they engaged 8th-grade students by demonstrating exciting chemistry experiments.
Professor Neil Garg has been selected by NerdScholar in their list of "40 (professors) under 40 (years of age)" who inspire their students "to be the world leaders and humanitarians of tomorrow."
UCLA Chemistry & Biochemistry graduate students Maria Dzialo (S. Clarke Group) and Hung Pham (Houk Group) have been named as UCLA Collegium of University Teaching Fellows.
Professor Anastassia Alexandrova has received a Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) award from the National Science Foundation.
The UCLA Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry would like to welcome Alexander M. Spokoyny, who will be joining our department as an Assistant Professor in the Inorganic Chemistry division.
Paul Weiss and colleagues have significantly improved organic electronic devices by employing mixed SAMs of the symmetric cage molecules carboranethiols to tune work function of gold and silver contacts with little alteration in surface energy.
Dr. Annette Salmeen has been selected for the 2014 UCLA Chemistry & Biochemistry Alumni Award. She will accept the award and present the commencement address at the UCLA Chemistry & Biochemistry Graduation Ceremony on June 14, 2014.