Graphene Nanoribbons

10 years ago

Professor Paul Weiss and colleagues have developed a new self-assembly method for fabricating graphene nanoribbons, bringing scientists a step closer to revolutionizing electronics. UCLA Newsroom (by Shaun Mason): First characterized […]

Graphene Nanoribbons
October 17

Dancing Scientist on National TV

10 years ago

UCLA Chemistry & Biochemistry graduate student Jeffrey Vinokur (Bowie Lab) appeared on The Rachael Ray Show and NBC’s Today Show with his performance as the “Dancing Scientist.” Jeffrey Vinokur, also […]

Dancing Scientist on National TV
October 16

Growing 2D Semiconductors the Easy Way

10 years ago

Professor Xiangfeng Duan and colleagues have come up with a new way to grow 2D-layered semiconductor heterostructures whose composition can be controlled by modulating the constituent vapour-phase reactants during growth. […]

Growing 2D Semiconductors the Easy Way
October 16

Pushing the Limits of Chemical Bonding

10 years ago

The International Conference on Chemical Bonding (ICCB), a conference cofounded by Professor Anastassia Alexandrova, was recently featured by Chemical and Engineering News (C&EN) as the cover story for the magazine’s […]

Pushing the Limits of Chemical Bonding
October 9

UCLA Physical Sciences Ranked Among the Best in the World

10 years ago

The Times Higher Education World University Rankings (THE WUR) 2014-15 has ranked UCLA number 9 in the world for Physical Sciences. THE WUR Physical Sciences subject rankings consists of a […]

UCLA Physical Sciences Ranked Among the Best in the World
October 9

ACS GCI Green Chemistry Student Chapter Award

10 years ago

The UCLA Student Members of the American Chemical Society (SMACS) have received the American Chemical Society Green Chemistry Institute’s (ACS CGI) Green Chemistry Student Chapter Award. The ACS CGI Green […]

ACS GCI Green Chemistry Student Chapter Award
October 9

UCLA Scientists Engineer Antibiotics to Catch up in Race against Drug Resistance

10 years ago

Led by Professors Gerard Wong and Andrea Kasko, UCLA Scientists have engineered antibiotics that effectively attack persister cells, which are responsible for making bacteria resistant to new drugs. UCLA Newsroom […]

UCLA Scientists Engineer Antibiotics to Catch up in Race against Drug Resistance
October 3

New Marathoner Sprints Toward 2016 Olympics

10 years ago

UCLA Newsroom wrote a feature on Chemistry & Biochemistry undergraduate student, Emily Gordon, who is seeking to compete in the 2016 Olympics. UCLA Newsroom (Emilia Barrosse): Less than a year […]

New Marathoner Sprints Toward 2016 Olympics
October 3