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Congratulations to Anna Krylov
Anna Krylov has been appointed an inaugural Gabilan Distinguished Professor in Science and Engineering. This distinction recognizes academic excellence as well as contributions to the WiSE community.

Williams group turn greenhouse gas into hydrogen fuel
In an article highlighted by USC News, Travis Williams describes how his group's latest catalyst turns greenhouse gas into hydrogen fuel.
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The Chemistry and Molecular Biology graduate programs at USC will launch a NIH T32 training grant program in July 2016. The National Institute of Health-funded Chemistry-Biology Interface training grant is led by Director Susan Forsburg (MCB) and Co-Director Matt Pratt (CHEM). It will support several Chemistry PhD students with fellowships and a unique training in two mentors laboratories. The award timing is excellent, coming in the first year of a new Chemical Biology section in the Chemistry Department and the arrival of the Bridge Institute that involves several of the department's faculty.
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Seminar / Events

09/27/2016: Inorganic
Dr. Etsuko Fujita
Senior Scientist, Chemistry Division, Brookhaven National Laboratory
"Artificial Photosynthesis for Generation of Fuels using Molecular Catalysts and Metal Carbide-Nitride Composites"
12:30 p.m., Seaver Science Auditorium

09/28/2016: Organic-Materials
Prof. Chulsung Bae
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Department of Chemistry & Chemical Biology, Troy, New York
"Molecular Engineering of Ion-Conducting Polymers for Clean Energy Technology"
12:00 p.m., Olah Library

09/29/2016: Chemical Biology
Professor Ruben Abagyan
School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of California at San Diego
"Assigning Biological Function to a Chemical"
12:30 p.m.,Seaver Science Auditorium

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