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Prof. Joseph Loo
Jan 12, 2018
The Loo research team developed a mass spectrometry workflow that can be used for drug development and structural biology research.
 
Prof. Justin Caram
Jan 10, 2018
A research photo submitted by Professor Justin Caram and postdoc Dr Tim Atallah was included in the journal's Chemistry in Pictures section.
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Jan 10, 2018
Professors Miguel Garcia-Garibay and Ken Houk are part of a team to form a crystal out of molecules that each has a solid exterior but contains moving parts.
graphene
Dec 15, 2017
UCLA researchers have developed a novel method for creating graphene nanoribbons which can be used to make better electronics.
 
Prof. Louis Bouchard
Dec 14, 2017
Professor Louis Bouchard and alumna Julia Mack are part of UCLA team to find a protein which helps ward off inflammation.
 
Professor Anne Andrews
Dec 14, 2017
UCLA chemist and neuroscientist Professor Anne Andrews has been elected Fellow of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology (ACNP).  
Prof. Joseph Loo
Dec 12, 2017
UCLA researchers have developed a biochemical test for assessing concussions and other forms of brain injury.
 
Prof. Miguel Garcia-Garibay
Dec 8, 2017
As a featured speaker at the 2017 SACNAS Diversity in STEM Conference, Dean Miguel García-Garibay spoke about his work with molecular machinery. 
Professor Paul Weiss
Dec 8, 2017
Professor Paul Weiss group’s cover article in ACS Nano on etching silicon nanotubes is featured as “editor’s choice” in Science Magazine
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Dec 6, 2017
Three UCLA Chemistry and Biochemistry faculty are among the most influential scientists in their fields for 2017, as determined by Thomson Reuters.

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