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Remembering Pioneering Arkansas Scientist and U of A Alumna Mary Lowe Good
The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry has lost a prominent alumna and pioneering scientist. Mary Lowe Good passed away peacefully at age 88 in Little Rock, Arkansas.
Patent Spotlight: Cleavage Resistant Green Fluorescent Protein
U of A researchers have found a green fluorescent protein that is more easily removed from target molecules, reducing the cost of using the green fluorescent proteins as a marker.
Study Shows Limitations of Standard Method to Determine Protein Structure
Researchers used a powerful supercomputer to run continuous, rapid computations simulating the molecular dynamics of a specific protein.
Fulbright Faculty Paul Adams Honored as a Minority Access National Role Model
Paul Adams, associate professor of chemistry and biochemistry, has been named a Minority Access National Role Model for serving as a "true, dedicated, and enthusiastic role model" to students.
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Announces New Faculty
Maggie He joined the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry as an assistant professor. Her research interests span the areas of organic chemistry and materials chemistry.
Chemistry Doctoral Student Successfully Defends Dissertation
Matthew McKay, a graduate student in chemistry and biochemistry, successfully defended his doctoral dissertation. He has a postdoctoral appointment at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Remembering Research Pioneer and University Professor Emeritus James Faulk 'Jim' Hinton, Jr.
The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry has lost a longtime faculty member, research pioneer and friend: James Faulk "Jim" Hinton Jr., who passed away on July 20.
Coridan to Receive Early Career Award From U.S. Department of Energy
Robert Coridan, a chemist at the University of Arkansas, is one of only 73 scientists nationwide to receive prestigious award.
Fulbright College Announces 2019 Annual Faculty Teaching and Research Awards
Fulbright College has named the 2019 winners of its annual teaching and research faculty awards. The recipients were each selected for their demonstrated excellence in these areas.
Researchers Build Catalyst to Generate Electrical Energy From Ethanol
Jingyi Chen developed a nanopartical approach to increase efficiency of the ethanol catalyst in the Brookhaven National Laboratory project.