• Zheng Research Group: Discovery of Chitin Derivative

    Lanthanide Extraction Isolates Valuable Chitin Derivative

    Using rare-earth metals to coordinate Chromogen I enables isolation and purification of the hard-to-come-by biobased chemical

    Story by Stephen K. Ritter

    Photo of Zheng Research Group (left to right): Zhonghao Zhang,... Read More

  • Super Computers and CBC's Steve Schwartz

    Article by Tom Beal, Arizona Daily Star

    A couple of cooled 'cats' in the basement of a building off Speedway are simultaneously recording sea temperatures in the Antarctic and predicting the shape and size of the black hole at the center of the Milky... Read More

  • CBC has Three Open Tenure-Track Faculty Positions

    The Chemistry and Biochemistry (CBC) Department at the University of  Arizona College of Science and College of Medicine invites exceptional candidates to apply for any of three tenure-track faculty positions currently open in the department, for a start date in Fall 2017.

    FACULTY... Read More

Zheng Research Group: Discovery of Chitin Derivative

Super Computers and CBC's Steve Schwartz

CBC has Three Open Tenure-Track Faculty Positions

Zheng Research Group: Discovery of Chitin Derivative

Super Computers and CBC's Steve Schwartz

CBC has Three Open Tenure-Track Faculty Positions

Spotlights

Faculty

Winners of the 2016 Catalyst Awards for Outstanding Entrepreneurial Activities in the Chemical Sciences, which was sponsored this year by Nguyen & Tarbet Patent Law and Tech Launch Arizona, are as follows:

Research

Transfer of charges across the interface between an organic semiconductor and an optically transparent, conductive oxide (TCO) electrode, such as indium-tin oxide (ITO), is a fundamental process in the operation of organic solar cells (OSCs) and organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs).

Students

Matthew O'Mara has been selected as the CBC Outstanding Student of the Month for November/December 2016. Matthew was nominated by Pearce Haldeman for going above and beyond expectations as a CBC Ambassador. Matthew always shows initiative by volunteering at CBC events, plus he's a very helpful preceptor in CHEM 380. Congratuations, Matthew!