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"For the development and application of methods to efficiently treat ground and excited state quantum dynamics in condensed phase systems." 2021 Physical Chemistry Division Awards
Jan 8 2021 | SLAC
These fleeting disruptions, seen for the first time in lead hybrid perovskites, may help explain why these materials are exceptionally good at turning sunlight into electrical current in solar cells. BY GLENNDA CHUI
Jan 6 2021 | Stanford News
The lab’s X-ray laser recently joined other facilities in making remote science possible from any corner of the world, a trend that will likely continue into the future. BY STEPHANIE MELCHOR
Dec 4 2020
As 2020 comes to a close, we’re looking back at the top Stanford Chemistry news stories of the year. It has been an unprecedented year and with transitioning to remote learning to three new faculty appointments, the Stanford Chemistry Department was no exception. We invite you to peruse the pieces...
Dec 4 2020 | Stanford News
University photographer Andrew Brodhead takes us inside Stanford’s expanded Biosafety Level 3 (BSL3) lab. This type of lab is capable of handling microbes that can cause serious or potentially lethal disease through inhalation, such as SARS-CoV-2, the virus responsible for COVID-19. BY ANDREW...
Dec 3 2020 | TomKat
This fall, the TomKat Center for Sustainable Energy welcomed its first cohort of graduate fellows, a new program aimed at moving innovations out of the lab and into the wilds of the real world.
Dec 1 2020 | ChEM-H
Steven Banik, who will join Stanford ChEM-H, in winter 2021 talks about his path to ChEM-H, his passion for molecular design and his vision for an interdisciplinary lab. By Rebecca McClellan
Nov 30 2020 | Stanford News
A Stanford research team that recently discovered an unexpected new chemical behavior of water when tiny droplets form from water vapor has extended the findings to natural, everyday water condensation. BY ADAM HADHAZY In its bulk liquid form, whether in a bathtub or an ocean, water is a...
The Willard Gibbs Award recognizes exceptional individuals whose pioneering work has opened new fields of chemical research.
Nov 12 2020 | Stanford News
Chemistry Professor Carolyn Bertozzi says recruiting world-class scientists and engineers and developing ChEM-H into a hub where doctors and researchers can come together will be two of her main goals. By Rebecca McClellan

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