Prof. Rebecca Lai
Lai shares magic of chemistry in Faculty 101 podcast
On this week's Faculty 101 podcast, you can learn about Nebraska chemist Rebecca Lai. Lai explains how bits of paper, gold and DNA could represent the portable future of detecting water contamination and diagnosing disease.
Prof. Frances Arnold
2018 Cliff S. Hamilton Award
On September 28th, Prof. Frances Arnold was awarded 2018 Cliff S. Hamilton Award in recognition of pioneering research on directed molecular evolution strategies to optimize the function of enzymes, to expand nature’s catalytic repertoire, and to engineer cells to synthesize important value-added pharmaceutical and chemical products. The following week, she was awarded the 2018 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for directed evolution of enzymes.
Cutting Edge Mass Spectrometry: OMICS to Imaging
THE DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA–LINCOLN PRESENTS: CUTTING EDGE MASS SPECTROMETRY: OMICS TO IMAGING October 12, 2018 from 1:30 PM—5:00 PM October 13, 2018 from 8:00 AM—12 noon 112 Hamilton Hall Lincoln, NE 68588-030.
Chemistry Day has been cancelled!
Unfortunately, due to scheduling conflicts with the Nebraska football game, we have decided to cancel Chemistry Day this year. We are sorry for the inconvenience.
Technique expands circuitry to curved, textured surfaces
With the help of some microscopic canals, squishy materials and chemistry, Nebraska’s Stephen Morin is throwing a curve into the normally flat landscape of circuitry.