NSF recognizes Robert Parrish and Rebecca Gieseking.
Origin-of-life chemists from Scripps Research and the Georgia Institute of Technology propose that glyoxylate could have been the original source of sugars on the “prebiotic” Earth.
The honor for Agarwal, an assistant professor in the School of Chemistry and Biochemistry, comes on the heels of a recent NSF CAREER Award. Both recognize Agarwal’s marine natural products studies and his commitment to teaching.
Awarded to Lily Cheung and Simon Sponberg, the grants will fund cutting-edge research in their fields.
Dominic receives a 2023 Merck Research Award for Underrepresented Chemists of Color, which provides him mentors and a chance to present work at an award symposium.
NASA has announced funding for the CLEVER Center, led by Prof. Thom Orlando, which aims for a sustainable human presence on the moon.
Watch Senator Jeanne Shaheen recognize staffer and GT graduate Dr. Ariel Marshall (PhD 2014) on the Senate floor.
Over 100 peptide-based drugs are currently available in the US, where they’re used to treat conditions ranging from type-2 diabetes to MS
C. David Sherrill, Regents’ Professor with joint appointments in the School of Chemistry and Biochemistry and School of Computational Science and Engineering, is recognized for research into quantum chemistry, and his outreach.
The Materials Characterization Facility (MCF) at Georgia Tech has installed a new inorganic mass spectrometry facility.