Dr. Clemens Krempner has been awarded an NSF grant
Prof. Clemens Krempner has been awarded an NSF grant for his project "Harnessing the Unquenched Reactivity of Novel Frustrated Lewis Pairs for Transition Metal-Free Hydrogenation Catalysis", which competed successfully in the international competition in sustainable chemistry. His co-workers in the tri-lateral research effort are from Germany and China.
Dr. Birney demonstrates an unexpected reaction pathway
Experimental and theoretical results from Professor Birney's research group, showing that [3,5]-rearrangements of esters are allowed, although predicted to be forbidden by the Woodward-Hoffmann rules, was recently published in JACS and recognized with a "spotlight" by the editors.
- Brad Haubrich (Nes research group) named ARCS Scholar.
- Dr. Hope-Weeks receives highlight for work on new ionic polymers.
- Dr. Poirier receives Rushing Faculty Distinguished Research Award.
- Dr. Quitevis recognized for most cited paper.
- Casadonte appointed Graduate School Interim Dean.
- Dr. Lischka recruits Fulbright Scholar.
- Dr. Shaw awarded 4th patent for discovery of metallo-ß-lactamase inhibitors.
- Dr. Morales receives grant to predict ESR tensors for petroleum species.
- Dr. Gellene selected for membership in the TTU Teaching Academy.
- Pappas Receives Chancellor's Council Research Award.Photos
- Dr. Nes publishes Chemical Reviews article.
- Dr. Li receives National Institutes of Health Grants.
- New Method Could lead to Better Treatments for Cancer and Heart Disease.
- Chemistry Celebrates Opening of Renovated Room.
- Scott Hiemstra selected to receive a 2011 Distinguished Staff Award from the Office of the President.
- Dr. Hase Featured in the 2011 Arts & Sciences Magazine.
- Bartsch Named ACS Fellow for Work with Chemical Ligands.