TAMU Chemistry Graduate Symposium (sponsored by Dow Chemical) will feature talks by research award winners followed by a poster session and Awards Ceremony.
Professor Doug Rees, Cal Tech, received the 2015 F.A. Cotton Medal especially for his elucidation of the nitrogen-fixation FeMo-cofactor of nitrogenase.
TIAS Fellow and Distinguished Professor Peter J. Stang's colorful open lecture described how spontaneous events at the molecular level support life on our planet.
The research and service of Chemistry graduate student Amanda David was recognized with the prestigious 2015 Phil Gramm doctoral Fellowship at the Community of Scholars event.
Dr. Karen L. Wooley has been elected as a 2015 Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Joe Zhou earns DOE grant. Zhou to develop low-cost hydrogen sorbents with $1.2 million EERE award.
Texas A&M chemists Kim Dunbar and Vickie Williamson are among only three recipients from Texas universities of 2015 American Chemical Society Awards recognizing excellence and achievement in chemistry.
Welcome to Dr. David Powers who will join us as an Assistant Professor in August 2015.
Welcome to Jon Sczepanski who will join us as an Assistant Professor and CPRIT Scholar in Cancer Research in August 2015.
Dr. François P. Gabbai has been appointed as Head of the Department of Chemistry at Texas A&M University by H. Joseph Newton, Dean of the College of Science.