Raushel is acclaimed for elucidating enzymatic mechanisms and for his leadership in the development of biological chemistry, in Texas and internationally.

Raushel is acclaimed for elucidating enzymatic mechanisms and for his leadership in the development of biological chemistry, in Texas and internationally.

At the inorganic student-invited lecture, Prof. Dan Nocera described his device for direct solar-to-fuels conversion via photolytic water splitting catalysis.

At the inorganic student-invited lecture, Prof. Dan Nocera described his device for direct solar-to-fuels conversion via photolytic water splitting catalysis.

The Banerjee Research Group focuses on chameleon-like materials that transform in response to stimuli such as heat or light and the design of protective coatings for metal surfaces.

The Banerjee Research Group focuses on chameleon-like materials that transform in response to stimuli such as heat or light and the design of protective coatings for metal surfaces.

Come celebrate along with Bill and Ethel at the annual Faculty & Staff Meeting and Awards Presentation, October 29, 2014.

Come celebrate along with Bill and Ethel at the annual Faculty & Staff Meeting and Awards Presentation, October 29, 2014.

Scotland native Jordon Benzie traveled all the way from the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow to take part in Texas A&M Chemistry's NSF-REU Summer Research Program.

Scotland native Jordon Benzie traveled all the way from the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow to take part in Texas A&M Chemistry's NSF-REU Summer Research Program.

Texas A&M chemists Kim Dunbar and Vickie Williamson are among three recipients from Texas universities of 2015 ACS Awards honoring excellence and achievement.

Texas A&M chemists Kim Dunbar and Vickie Williamson are among three recipients from Texas universities of 2015 ACS Awards honoring excellence and achievement.

Four Texas A&M chemistry faculty have been appointed to endowed chairs and professorships in recognition of international scholarly excellence.

Four Texas A&M chemistry faculty have been appointed to endowed chairs and professorships in recognition of international scholarly excellence.

Texas A&M Distinguished Professor of Chemistry Karen Wooley is one of three international recipients of the Royal Society of Chemistry's 2014 Centenary Prize.

Texas A&M Distinguished Professor of Chemistry Karen Wooley is one of three international recipients of the Royal Society of Chemistry's 2014 Centenary Prize.

Rita Silbernagel '15 is using her initiative in tandem with her research focus on waste recovery and recycling, resulting in an $11,000 grant from the Aggie Green Fund.

Rita Silbernagel '15 is using her initiative in tandem with her research focus on waste recovery and recycling, resulting in an $11,000 grant from the Aggie Green Fund.

Graduate student Brad Ewers '14 was celebrated for his research as a 2014 Phil Gramm Doctoral Fellow during the campus-wide Community of Scholars event.

Graduate student Brad Ewers '14 was celebrated for his research as a 2014 Phil Gramm Doctoral Fellow during the campus-wide Community of Scholars event.

A native of San Cristóbal, Venezuela, Flores earned her bachelor's degree at the University of Florida prior to coming to Texas A&M. Learn more about Jeniree here.

A native of San Cristóbal, Venezuela, Flores earned her bachelor's degree at the University of Florida prior to coming to Texas A&M. Learn more about Jeniree here.

Don Birkelbach '70, Texas A&M Foundation Senior Regional Director of Major Gifts, earned two Texas A&M chemistry degrees and spent 27 years with Dow Chemical Company.

Don Birkelbach '70, Texas A&M Foundation Senior Regional Director of Major Gifts, earned two Texas A&M chemistry degrees and spent 27 years with Dow Chemical Company.

Karen Wooley's expertise at scales 100 times thinner than a human hair is opening up infinite possibilities in industries and applications ranging from materials to medicine.

Karen Wooley's expertise at scales 100 times thinner than a human hair is opening up infinite possibilities in industries and applications ranging from materials to medicine.

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