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3-D Animations Depict Lieberman’s Work

3-D Animations Depict Lieberman’s Work

The work of Marya Lieberman, associate professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry, has been depicted in three educational, engaging 3-D animations that make technical subject matter accessible to students and the general public. Lieberman is a member of the Notre Dame Center for Nanoscience and Technology and studies how such DNA...

Balsara NSF Grant Advances Computational Astrophysics Research

Balsara NSF Grant Advances Computational Astrophysics Research

Dinshaw Balsara, associate professor of physics, has won a National Science Foundation grant to advance his groundbreaking work that has application to science and engineering in general as well as astrophysics in particular. The grant, “Multidimensional Riemann Solvers and Higher Order Schemes with AMR for Computational Astrophysics” is related to...

Journal of Organic Chemistry Cites Miller as Prolific Author

Journal of Organic Chemistry Cites Miller as Prolific Author

Editor-in-Chief C. Dale Poulter and the Journal of Organic Chemistry Associate Editors have recognized 79 prominent authors as ones who have made the most significant contributions to the journal in its first 75 years of publication. Marvin Miller, The George and Winifred Clark Chair in Chemistry, is listed at number...

CBBI Program Awards 16 Fellowships

CBBI Program Awards 16 Fellowships

The Chemistry, Biochemistry Biology Interface Program (CBBI) has announced the CBBI Fellowship Awards for 2010-2011. The fellowships carry an annual stipend of $26,000 plus health insurance and travel support for research internship. The fellowship recipients include Esther Braselmann, Mary Cloutier, Brandon Haines, Joshua Lee, Cheng Ji, Daniel Scott, Jordan Scott,...

New York Times: “Researchers Create Nanostructures, and Whip Up a Recipe, Too”

New York Times: “Researchers Create Nanostructures, and Whip Up a Recipe, Too”

Class of 2010 Ph.D. graduate Jeremiah Gassensmith is now a member of a research team at Northwestern University that is working to create a class of structures known as metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) that are rigid and porous. The group’s edible nanostructures were featured in a recent New York Times article...