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Iron Catalyzed Hydroboration of Aldehydes and KetonesImaging Dynamic Fingerprints of Competing E2 and SN2 ReactionsPractical Singly and Doubly Electrophilic Aminating Agents: A New, More Sustainable Platform for Carbon–Nitrogen Bond FormationFinal State Resolved Quantum Predissociation Dynamics and Its Isotopomers via a Crossing with a Singlet Repulsive StateMicrofluidic Separation of Lymphoblasts for the Isolation of Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia Using the Human Transferrin Receptor as a Capture TargetPotential energy surface stationary points Precise Steric Control over 2D versus 3D Self-Assembly of Antimony(III) Alkoxide Cages through Strong Secondary Bonding InteractionsDepartmental Alumni HighlightsEarly History of the Department

Department News

MoralesProf. Jorge A. Morales to be Visiting Professor at University of Pernambuco, Brazil + More
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harnedProf. Andrew Harned named Associate Editor for Royal Society Open Science + More
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YehiaProf. Yehia Mechref has received an NIH R01 competing renewal award for $1,151,179 (4-years) + More
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BenjaminProf. Benjamin Wylie received a Maximizing Investigators' Research Award of $1,745,725 + More
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DAuriaProf. John D'Auria received an NSF Collaborative grant of $800,000 + More
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PoirierProf. Bill Poirier receives 3 year grant ($498,009) from NSF + More
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Student Highlights

TTU LogoBrandon Watson places first in the 2017 ACS SWRM Undergraduate poster session + More

TTU LogoThe Chemistry & Biochemistry Department Research Poster Session + More

MillerAmanda Miller, BS Biochemistry major, received a 2017 Amgen Scholar award to perform research this summer at Harvard University 
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BaghiDr. Roya Baghi, a 2017 Ph.D. graduate from Dr. Hope-Week's research group, has received an appointment with the TTU Waco campus 
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Rui Sun2014 TTU Ph.D. graduate Dr. Rui Sun (Hase group) has accepted a faculty position at the University of Hawaii
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Our Vision

ChemistryThe Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry is committed to providing high quality education in the chemical and biochemical sciences for undergraduate and graduate students, producing research contributions that are recognized nationally and internationally, and making service contributions at all levels.

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