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Department News

Class of 2021 virtual departmental graduation

We are excited to share with you a virtual celebration of our graduates in the Class of 2021. Click to view a video message from the chair, presentation of Senior Awards, congratulatory messages from department members and, most importantly, meet our Class of 2021 graduates!

2021 Departmental Senior Awards

The annual Departmental Senior Awards are presented to students demonstrating excellence in their academic studies in chemistry and/or research in the labs. We are pleased to announce the recipients of Carolina Chemistry’s 2021 Departmental Senior Awards.

Meet Alexis Glaudin '21

As a Tar Heel, Alexis Glaudin found her passion for physical chemistry and research. She'll now be heading to the University of Washington to pursue a Ph.D. in chemistry. Read more about

Amanda Smythers recognized in The TarHelium for mentorship and research excellence
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Amanda Smythers, second-year graduate student, was featured in the TarHelium for her remarkable accomplishments in research and mentorship.

Research

Proteomic response of Escherichia coli to a membrane lytic and iron chelating truncated Amaranthus tricolor defensin

This study highlights the utility of plant defensin γ-core motif synthetic analogs for characterization of novel defensin activity.

Electrodeposition in aqueous nanoreactors

One exciting subset of single-entity electrochemistry, and the topic of this review, is the study of reactions in nanoreactors of subfemtoliter (10−15 L) volumes with a particular focus on nanoparticle synthesis.

Coating small-diameter ePTFE vascular grafts with tunable poly(diol-co-citrate-co-ascorbate) elastomers to reduce neointimal hyperplasia

This work is focused on the development of poly(diol-co-citrate-co-ascorbate) (POCA) elastomers with tunable properties for coating ePTFE vascular grafts.

Catalytic Dehydrogenation of Alkanes by PCP-Pincer Iridium Complexes Using Proton and Electron Acceptors

Here, we report the use of pincer-ligated iridium complexes to achieve alkane dehydrogenation by proton-coupled electron transfer, using pairs of oxidants and bases as proton and electron acceptors.

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