In the News
Vincent Rotello's research using nanomaterials to deliver drugs to could be a way to help prevent bacterial resistance to antibiotic drugs.
Trisha Andrew and colleagues outline in a recent publicaton how they have invented a way to apply breathable, pliable, metal-free electrodes to fabric and off-the-shelf clothing so it feels good to the touch and also transports enough electricity to power small electronics.
Lara Al-Hariri was one of 12 faculty selected as 2017-18 TIDE Ambassadors.
Auerbach and Schnarr Awarded University Distinguished Teaching Award
Scott Auerbach and Nathan Schnarr have been awarded the UMass Amherst Distinguished Teaching Award (DTA), the campus' highest honor for teaching.
The Women Chemists Committee (WCC) of the American Chemical Society announced that Bib Yang (Chen group) is one of 10 recipients nationally of the Eli Lilly/WCC Travel Award.
Scott Auerbach received the Outstanding Service/Outreach award at the CNS Outstanding Awards ceremony 2017.
Ed Voigtman published a book entitled, Limits of Detection in Chemical Analysis.
Ingalls Honored as One of the 21st Century Leaders
Bailey Ingalls, an undergraduate double major in chemistry and biochemistry and molecular biology, will be honored as one of the 21st Century Leaders at Commencement on Friday, May 12.
Howard Stidham published a book entitled, Statistical Thermodynamics for Beginners.
Zeynep Delen (PhD '07, Lahti group) co-authored a book The Chemical Story of Olive Oil: From Grove to Table.
Trisha Andrews' research on using off-the-shelf textiles to create triboelectric nanogenerators is featured in C&E News.
Scott Auerbach will be giving the keynote address at the 2017 Mass. PKAL Winter Meeting on Jan. 11 at Worcester State.