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The Research Scholar Program  is focused on funding world-class research to support early-career professors who are pursuing research in fields relevant to Google
Congratulations to Grant M. Rotskoff for being awarded a Department of Energy Early Career Research Award! Department of Energy Early Career Research Program for FY 2022 Awards Will Support University and National Laboratory Scientists Announcement of 2022 Awards for the Early Career Research...
Jun 1 2022 | Heineken Prizes
Amsterdam, 1 June 2022 – Carolyn Bertozzi, professor of Chemistry and, by courtesy, Chemical & Systems Biology at Stanford University, will be awarded the Dr H.P. Heineken Prize for Biochemistry and Biophysics 2022. The award honours Bertozzi’s ground-breaking research into communication...
May 31 2022 | ACS
 The annual Inorganic Chemistry Lectureship Award, co-sponsored by the ACS Division of Inorganic Chemistry, recognizes individuals who have demonstrated creativity and impact in the field of inorganic chemistry.   Meet the Recipient
May 31 2022
Industrial chemical separations are essential for everything from producing oxygen for medical applications, processing fuel for power generation, to purifying feedstock for chemical manufacturing. Altogether, these separation processes account for 15% of the world’s energy consumption. Membranes...
Congratulations to Yi Cui, Andrei Tokmakoff (former Fayer Lab), and James R. Williamson (former Boxer Lab) for their election to the National Academy of Sciences!  
Apr 20 2022 | Stanford News
Sarafan ChEM-H will advance molecular discoveries in benefit of human health. BY LISA TREI
Trailblazers 2022 guest editor Tehshik P. Yoon is a professor of chemistry at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. An innovator in photochemistry, he is the recipient of numerous awards for his scholarship and teaching, including the American Chemical Society Cope Scholar Award, the Friedrich...
Postdoc Pauline Navals talks with this glycoscience expert about what has changed about inclusion in chemistry and what has stayed the same By Pauline Navals
Mar 1 2022 | Stanford News
Using super-resolution microscopy, a team of Stanford scientists uncovered new details about the location of viral molecules in a cell after coronavirus infection. BY REBECCA MCCLELLAN A human cell being infected by a coronavirus is a crowded place as the virus turns its host into a virus-...

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