chemistry

Two UK Students Awarded Undergraduate Research Abroad Scholarships

Two UK Juniors receive Undergraduate Research Abroad Scholarship, to travel to Switzerland and Brazil.

Naff Symposium Brings Renowned Chemistry Experts to UK

The University of Kentucky's annual Naff Symposium will host three leading chemistry experts on Friday, April 25, at UK's William T. Young Library auditorium.

UK's Chris Richards Awarded Human Frontier Science Program Research Grant

Chris Richards, assistant professor in the Department of Chemistry, received a Human Frontier Science Program research grant for a project focused on understanding complex biological processes.

Mercury Rising: David Atwood

Chemistry professor David Atwood's compound and patents have far-reaching benefits.

Doubling Up

The University of Kentucky Chemistry department is excited to welcome two new faculty members, Professors Kenneth Graham and Peter Kekenes-Huskey, to the Bluegrass this summer.

Positive Potential: Valerie Sarge

 

 

Through Paul Laurence Dunbar High School's Math, Science, and Technology Center, high school senior Valerie Sarge is acquiring an impressive set of research skills before she even begins college. Valerie has been working with chemistry professor John Anthony at UK's Center for Applied Energy Research, and is looking at how agricultural byproducts might be able to be used in flexible, low-cost electronics.

 

 

Chemistry Learning Center Devoted to Student Success

Students in introductory-level chemistry courses at the University of Kentucky now have a resource focused on their success. The General Chemistry Learning Center at UK provides introductory assistance to any student taking the courses, including Chemistry 105, with its inaccurate reputation for being a difficult class that "weeds out" students. Lisa Blue, the center's coordinator, says students need to know that help is available.

Butterfield's Research Garners International Recognition

Allan Butterfield describes his current project as "one of the most intellectually stimulating projects I've ever worked on."

Chemist Allan Butterfield Awarded Alkmeon International Prize for Alzheimer's Research

Butterfield is being awarded the Alkmeon International Prize for his contribution to research on Alzheimer's Disease in Rome on April 3rd.

Bonding with the Digital Commons: An Interview with Kim Woodrum

Study chemistry and get college-ready with the University of Kentucky’s new course Advanced Chemistry, a free, online Coursera course open to the public. Created through the collaboration of Kim Woodrum and Allison Soult, lecturers within the Department of Chemistry, this course gives the world an opportunity to learn and practice chemistry online through a self-paced 10 week class. In this podcast, Kim Woodrum shares her excitement about the program and its promising future.

This podcast was produced by Casey Hibbard.

 

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