- Donald publishes article
Kelling Donald, along with student researchers John Stewart and Matthew Guarino, published “Structure, bonding, relativistic effects, and dispersion in the group 12 dihalide (MX2)3 clusters, with lessons from the extended solids,” in Structural Chemistry.
- Article in "Structure"
Dr. Carol Parish, along with chemistry colleague Bill Miller III, biology colleague Eugene Wu, and Lorena Beese from Duke University, published "The Closing Mechanism of DNA Polymerase I at Atomic Resolution," in the journal Structure.
- Parish named ACS Fellow
Dr. Carol Parish was named a 2015 American Chemical Society (ACS) Fellow. The award honors individuals for outstanding achievements in and contributions to science, the profession of chemistry, and ACS.
- Leopold Research Featured
Dr. Mike Leopold's biosensor research was featured in an article in Chemical & Engineering News.
- New Article Dr. William Myers, alum Diana Iovan, '12, and colleagues from the University of Virginia recently had their paper, Enantioenrichment of a Tungsten Dearomatization Agent Utilizing Chiral Acids, published in the Journal of the American Chemical Society.
- Downey publishes with undergraduate coauthors
Dr. Wade Downey and several undergraduate coauthors published two articles in Tetrahedron Letters in 2014.
- Kanters and Donald Article
Dr. René Kanters and Dr. Kelling Donald published "CLUSTER - Searching for Unique Low Energy Minima of Structures Using a Novel Implementation of a Genetic Algorithm" in the Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation.
- New Article
Drs. Jonathan Dattelbaum and Michael Leopold, along with students Margot Hilliyer, Alisha Cerel, and Lauren Finch, published "Multi-Technique Quantitative Analysis and Socioeconomic Considerations of Lead, Cadmium, and Arsenic in Children's Toys and Toy Jewelry", in the journal Chemosphere.
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