chemistry

Why Choose Chemistry at UK? Sudipa Chowdhury Interview

The Department of Chemistry at the University of Kentucky attracts top undergraduate and graduate students passionate about research that will prepare them for careers in their chosen professions. See what Sudipa has to say about her experience.

Why Choose Chemistry at UK? Nick Austin Interview

The Department of Chemistry at the University of Kentucky attracts top undergraduate and graduate students passionate about research that will prepare them for careers in their chosen professions. See what Nick has to say about his experience.

Why Choose Chemistry at UK? Kari Zander Interview

The Department of Chemistry at the University of Kentucky attracts top undergraduate and graduate students passionate about research that will prepare them for careers in their chosen professions. See what Kari has to say about her experience.

Why Choose Chemistry at UK? Josh Owen Interview

The Department of Chemistry at the University of Kentucky attracts top undergraduate and graduate students passionate about research that will prepare them for careers in their chosen professions. See what Josh has to say about his experience.

Why Choose Chemistry at UK? Chinedu Otu Interview

The Department of Chemistry at the University of Kentucky attracts top undergraduate and graduate students passionate about research that will prepare them for careers in their chosen professions. See what Chinidu has to say about her experience.

Why Choose Chemistry at UK? Avery Shaw Interview

The Department of Chemistry at the University of Kentucky attracts top undergraduate and graduate students passionate about research that will prepare them for careers in their chosen professions. See what Avery has to say about his experience.

See What's New in Science

A&S is proud to launch What’s New in Science, a new series designed for science teachers interested in learning more about the most recent discoveries, events, and advances in science today.  The series is held in a casual round table format, with professors from different scientific disciplines and science teachers from Kentucky schools talking among themselves, asking questions, and getting answers about new and emerging knowledge. Each session focuses on a new topic in one of the sciences – there will be four different sessions this spring.

The series kicks off on February 2 with physics and astronomy and a discussion about the Big Bang event, dark energy, and dark matter. Panelists for the first talk include Randal Voss (Department of Biology), Ganpathy Murthy (Department of Physics & Astronomy), Karen Young, (Dunbar High School), John Anthony (Department of Chemistry), Susan Barron (Department of Psychology), and Gene Toth (Lafayette High School). Video of the sessions will also be recorded and uploaded to the A&S website, allowing science teachers across the state to view the discussions and incorporate them into their classes.

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