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.
 
Student with baloons
Dec 5, 2017
Professor Neil Garg and members of his lab visited a local elementary school to teach children about forces using helium-filled balloons.
 
Professor Richard Kaner
Dec 5, 2017
Research of Professor Richard Kaner and postdoc Maher El-Kady featured in "The Cutting Edge" section of the U Magazine
 
Professor Gerard Wong
Dec 1, 2017

Team led by physical chemist Professor Gerard Wong discovers a new perspective on how cells regulate the sizes of mitochondria by cutting them into smaller units.

Eun Bin Go
Nov 30, 2017
Graduate student Eun Bin Go (Tang group) has been awarded a Pauley Fellowship by the UCLA College of Letters and Sciences, Division of Physical Sciences. 
 
Professor Miguel Garcia-Garibay
Nov 29, 2017
Division of Physical Sciences Dean Professor Miguel García-Garibay has been appointed to the National Science Foundation's Directorate for MPSAC.  
 
photo of students playing games
Nov 27, 2017
More than thirty Biochemistry students and postdocs enjoyed a night of trivia on Thursday, November 9, 2017 in the Winstein Commons.
 
student winners
Nov 22, 2017
Several undergraduate researchers received presentation awards at the Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students (ABRCMS) on Nov 4, 2017.
 
Device
Nov 21, 2017
Professor Richard Kaner and postdoc Maher El-Kady created the device that can use solar power to inexpensively and efficiently create and store energy.
 
Nako Nakatsuka
Nov 21, 2017

Nako Nakatsuka, a graduate student in the groups of Professors Anne Andrews and Paul Weiss, has illustrated a children’s chemistry book.

Prof. Margot Quinlan
Nov 21, 2017
Professor Margot Quinlan and graduate student Aanand Patel lead UCLA research team to discover new role for the protein involved in muscle function.
 
Professor Richard Kaner
Nov 13, 2017
Professor Ric Kaner and his research collaborators in Australia have recently published a paper in the journal Science on the synthesis of 2D materials.
 
Professor Thomas Mason
Nov 13, 2017
Professor Thomas Mason and his research group have just published a joint paper on the glass and jamming transitions of concentrated nanoemulsions with their Swiss collaborators in Scientific Reports.
 
Dr. Anna Fisher
Nov 9, 2017
The retired astronaut received the award at the Exploring Your Universe festival on the UCLA campus on Sunday, November 5, 2017.
 
Nov 9, 2017
A paper by Professor Ellen Sletten, her group, and MIT researchers, including Professor Justin Caram's MIT postdoctoral work, was highlighted in the journal.
 
Prof. Miguel Garcia Garibay
Nov 7, 2017

Professor and dean of the division of physical sciences Miguel Garcia-Garibay featured in Chemical & Engineering (C&EN).

Nov 7, 2017
Biochemistry, Molecular & Structural Biology (BMSB) graduate students volunteered at the annual Exploring Your Universe event.
Hidden Figures Movie Poster
Nov 2, 2017
The department recently hosted international visitors from China, Sri Lanka, and Uzbekistan for the US Department of State's International Visitor Leadership Program.
 
Dr.
Marie Curie
Nov 2, 2017
Professors Anastassia Alexandrova & Sarah Tolbert featured in The Journal of Physical Chemistry issue honoring Marie Curie's 150th birthday.
 

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