Congratulations to Sidney Wilkerson-Hill for receiving a 2023 Junior Scientists Participation Fellowship to participate in the Bürgenstock Conference.
The Pielak Lab's research "Resolving the enthalpy of protein stabilization by macromolecular crowding" is featured on the May issue of Protein Science.
The annual Departmental Senior Awards are presented to students demonstrating excellence in their academic studies in chemistry, research in the labs, and/or teaching in the classroom. We are pleased to announce the recipients of Carolina Chemistry’s 2023 Departmental Senior Awards.
Frank Leibfarth tests molecules to turn plastic waste into useful materials, diversifying options for recycling.
Eight chemistry students have been selected as fellows by the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program.
In this work, we employ a few simple density-based quantities from the information-theoretic approach (ITA) to predict polarizability of proteins.
A team of collaborators from Carnegie Mellon University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill won Phase 1 of the National Security Innovation Network (NSIN)-sponsored Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) Active AI Planners for Chemistry/Materials Optimization and Discovery Grand Challenge.
This week’s issue of Physical Review Letters (PRL) features the article “Electronic Excitation Response of DNA to High-energy Proton Radiation in Water” by Chris Shepard, Dr. Dillon Yost, and Professor Yosuke Kanai.
Jack Sundberg has created a software to help chemists uncover the best materials for their experiments — a potential game-changer for minimizing time and costs.