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Chemistry & Biochemistry alum can be found in research labs, corporate board rooms, law firms, hospitals, and more. Read more about their recent awards and accomplishments 

Recent Alumni Awards & Accomplishments

Editor’s Note: The Happy Beginnings series features recent College of Arts & Sciences graduates who are getting started in careers, graduate school and service. ByChelsea Lang ’16 B.S. in Forensic Chemistry from the College of Arts & Sciences at Ohio University Ever since high school, I was sure I wanted […]

The post Happy Beginnings | Lang Starts Forensic Chemistry Career at NSL Analytical Services appeared first on Ohio University | College of Arts & Sciences.

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chemistry and biochemistry alumni – Ohio University | College of Arts & Sciences Jul 16

The Athens Messenger writes about Ohio University alum Dr. Sergio A. Ulloa in a story headlined “Local doctor gives $50K to Alexander Rec Center project.” Ulloa earned a B.S. in Chemistry Pre-Medicine from the College of Arts & Sciences and a D.O. from the Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine. ALBANY […]

The post Alumni News | Ulloa Gives to Alexander Recreational Center appeared first on Ohio University | College of Arts & Sciences.

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chemistry and biochemistry alumni – Ohio University | College of Arts & Sciences Jun 11

Joseph M. Denham, who earned an M.S. and Ph.D. in Chemistry in 1956the first Ph.D. to be granted at Ohio University after the doctoral programs were created in the mid-1950spassed away in April at the age of 88, according to a Pike County Courier obituary. In early 1952, at the […]

The post Alumni News | Denham Passes, Grew Chemistry Department at Hiram College appeared first on Ohio University | College of Arts & Sciences.

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chemistry and biochemistry alumni – Ohio University | College of Arts & Sciences Apr 29

Dr. Eric Masson and his research group recently showed that Cucurbit[8]uril (CB[8]), a molecule that resembles a hollow pumpkin, can be used to connect building blocks to one another in a well-defined sequence. Masson, the Roenigk Chair and Associate Professor of Chemistry & Biochemistry at Ohio University, took inspiration from […]

The post Masson: Building Blocks Self-assemble into Polymers with Help of Pumpkin-shaped Molecule appeared first on Ohio University | College of Arts & Sciences.

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chemistry and biochemistry alumni – Ohio University | College of Arts & Sciences Mar 13

The groups ofDr. Eric MassonandDr. Oren Scherman,a collaborator from the University of Cambridge, UK, recently showed that Cucurbiturils, a family of molecules that have the shape of a hollow pumpkin, could be used as catalysts for a well-known reaction in organic chemistry. By encapsulating reagents, Cucurbiturils force the reacting partners […]

The post Masson Group Shows Pumpkin-shaped Molecules Catalyze Classic Reaction appeared first on Ohio University | College of Arts & Sciences.

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chemistry and biochemistry alumni – Ohio University | College of Arts & Sciences Mar 13

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