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  With the exception of the Arthur C. Cope Scholars, recipients will be honored at ACS Spring 2022 by Alexandra A. Taylor
Sep 15 2021 | SLAC
Much like crystallizing rock candy from sugar syrup, the new method grows 2D perovskites precisely layered with other 2D materials to produce crystals with a wide range of electronic properties. BY GLENNDA CHUI Stacking extremely thin films of material on top of each other can create new materials...
Sep 8 2021 | Stanford Energy
By Mark Golden Yi Cui, director of Stanford University’s Precourt Institute for Energy, won the 2021 Global Energy Prize for new energy applications, one of three Global Energy Prizes given annually. The award cites Cui’s “exceptional contributions in nanomaterials design, synthesis and...
Aug 25 2021 | Stanford News
 A new type of rechargeable alkali metal-chlorine battery developed at Stanford holds six times more electricity than the commercially available rechargeable lithium-ion batteries commonly used today. BY ANDREW MYERS An international team of researchers led by Stanford University has developed...
Aug 25 2021 | SLAC
The work sheds light on the web of hydrogen bonds that gives water its strange properties, which play a vital role in many chemical and biological processes. BY ALI SUNDERMIER
Aug 5 2021
Congratulations to Green Ahn on the ACS WCC/Merck Research Award!  Green is a fourth year graduate student in the Bertozzi Group and her research focuses on targeted degradation of extracellular proteins via lysosome targeting chimeras (LYTACs). 
Jul 19 2021 | Stanford Energy
By Andrew Myers A “tantalizing” principle borrowed from nature turns harmful methane into useful methanol at room temperature. A team of researchers from Stanford University and the University of Leuven in Belgium has further elucidated the process in a new study in the current edition of Science.
Jun 16 2021
The Department is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2021 Linus Pauling Teaching Award! Congratulations to Kerry Betz, Dory DeWeese, Natalie Giese, and Annina Sartor! Awardees have demonstrated excellence in student teaching,  We thank you for your stellar work, dedication, and leadership...
Jun 2 2021 | Stanford News
Stanford has announced the winners of the 2021 Cuthbertson, Dinkelspiel and Gores awards honoring faculty, students and staff. The winners will be publicly recognized on June 13, during the Commencement ceremony for the Senior Class of 2021. BY KATHLEEN J. SULLIVAN Stanford has announced the...
May 18 2021 | Stanford News
A newfound biomolecule, consisting of RNA modified by sugars, could be present in all forms of life and might contribute to autoimmune disease. By Adam Hadhazy  Stanford researchers have discovered a new kind of biomolecule that could play a significant role in the biology of all living things.