The February 4th “Future Tense” radio program on Australian Broadcasting featured an interview with Professor Dan Gezelter about his work with the Open Science project.
Research in the laboratory of Brian M. Baker has uncovered a new mechanism of how diversity is presented to and recognized by the immune system
The Naughton Graduate Student Exchange Program enables advanced students to experience international education at one of Ireland’s leading universities and at the University of Notre Dame.
Funding from the National Institutes of Health was awarded for the purchase of an ultrasensitive microcalorimeter for the study of biomolecular interactions.
The National Science Foundation has awarded $397,535 for the Construction of a Spectrometer for Ultrafast Absorption and Emission Studies of Nanostructures.
Professor Patricia L. Clark was awarded $144,480 from the National Institutes of Health’s National Center for Research Resources to purchase a circular dichroism (CD) spectropolarimeter and a stopped-flow mixing apparatus.
For the first time, researchers have found a natural high-molecular-weight antifreeze molecule that does not contain protein. The find may someday be applied in the food industry or in tissue cryopreservation for organ transplants.
Richard Taylor, Professor of Chemistry & Biochemistry, has been has been awarded the distinction of Fellow from the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).
Professor Hartland has been elected as a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Marvin Miller awarded for 30 years consulting at Eli Lilly and Co.
On Saturday November 14 the PINDU conference (Purdue, Indiana and Notre Dame Universities inorganic chemistry) was held in the Jordan Hall of Science.
To facilitate networking the department has created a 'Notre Dame Chemistry Alumni' group on LinkedIn.com.
Dr Prorok has been appointed as the first full-time Assistant Chair in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry.
Lipid Binding Properties and Cellular Functions of Nedd4-1 and Nedd4-2
Ebola is a negative stranded RNA virus. Its pathogenesis is characterized by internal and external bleeding in humans and other primates as a result of coagulation abnormalities induced by the virus at the onset of the infection.
The National Science Foundation (NSF) and its German counterpart, the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG), have awarded a multidisciplinary collaborative research grant to the University of Notre Dame and German research partners.
Jennifer L. DuBois, assistant professor of chemistry and biochemistry, receives the first Ed Stiefel Young Investigator Award
The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry welcomes 33 new PhD graduate students to the department.
Associate Professor Brian M. Baker has been selected as a member of the Editorial Board of the Biochemical Journal.