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.

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 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.

Welcome to Jon Sczepanski who will join us as an Assistant Professor and CPRIT Scholar in Cancer Research in August 2015.

The Labors of Lab video series explores the softer side of science - the human element, featuring Chemistry graduate researcher Alex Kosanovich.

The Labors of Lab video series explores the softer side of science - the human element, featuring Chemistry graduate researcher Alex Kosanovich.

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.

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.

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.

Featured Events  Upcoming Department of Chemistry Events

Today

2015 Clearfield Endowed Lecture: The Materials Complexity Frontier - Nanostructure and Heterogeneity

Simon Billinge, Columbia University and Brookhaven National Laboratory


Apr 1

Axalta Powder Coatings: Polymer-based Technology that delivers exceptional performance

Fred Allen, Axalta Coating Systems


Apr 2

'Houdini’ proteins: Discovery and Applications of Ultrafast Inteins

Tom Muir, Princeton University


Apr 3

Drug Delivery Nanoparticles for Combined Cancer Therapies

Ali Trabolsi, New York University Abu Dhabi


Apr 6

Biosynthesis of Cyclic Peptide Antibiotics

Wilfred van der Donk, University of Illinois-Urbana Champaign

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