Babis Kalodimos Wins Protein Society's Irving Sigal Young Investigator Award
We are proud to recognize that our own Prof. Charalampos (Babis) Kalodimos is the recipient of the Irving Sigal Young Investigator Award from the Protein Society.
Brittany deRonde - Nerve regeneration using polymers
Brittany deRonde talks about her work synthesizing polymers for nerve guidance conduits.
Congressman Rush Holt Visits Chemistry Department
Arriving on campus around noon on March 25th, Congressman Rush Holt took a brief tour of the Wright-Rieman Chemistry complex and was briefed on building renovation needs and plans.
Daniel Seidel’s research highlighted in Chemical & Engineering News
A recent publication in the Journal of the American Chemical Society (JACS) from the research group of Prof. Daniel Seidel (J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2009, 131 (47), pp 17060–17061) was the subject of a news report in the November 30 issue of Chemical & Engineering News.
Ed Castner leads DOE-funded consortium to investigate Ionic Liquids
Ed Castner, Claudio Margulis and Mark Maroncelli, pictured at right, discussing research plans at the Ionic Liquids symposium held at the 6th International Discussion Meeting on Relaxation in Complex Systems (6th IDMRCS).
Joachim Kohn Directs the New Jersey Center for Biomaterials
With the advent of tissue engineering, regenerative medicine, and stem cell research, biomaterials science emerges as a key driver of the exciting transition from the use of simple prostheses, which replace damaged tissue with an artificial substitute, to the use of regenerative implants, which help the body heal itself.
Kathryn Uhrich - PolyAspirin and Other Pharmaceutical Polymer Uses
Dr. Uhrich and her research assistants describe some of the polymer projects that they are working on. Projects include nerve regeneration and biodegradable vascular stints.
KiBum Lee Named Recipient of One of the 2009 NIH Director's New Innovator Awards
KiBum Lee, an Assistant Professor in the Rutgers Dept. of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, was named as a recipient of one of the 2009 NIH Director's New Innovator Awards.
Larry Romsted - Bioorganic, Biophysical, and Assocation Colloid Chemistry
Dr. Larry Romsted discusses his work with surfactants, association colloids, emulsions, and micellar growth.
Larry Romsted receives two major grants from NSF and USDA
Larry Romsted receives $1 million in research funding from the National Science Foundation and the United States Department of Agriculture.
Natasha Piracha - Using polymer micropatterning for cell regeneration
Natasha Piracha talks about her research project, which involves cell regeneration through the use of micropattern surfaces.
Rutgers Chemistry Ranks in the Top 10 for Federal Funding
#8 Federally financed R&D expenditures in chemistry at universities and colleges