News & Announcements Archive

David Goldberg named American Association for the Advancement of Science fellow

David Goldberg named American Association for the Advancement of Science fellow

Professor David Goldberg was named to the most recent class of American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) fellows. AAAS recognizes scholars for their contributions to chemistry as well […]

Professor Fried Wins 2 Scialog Awards

Professor Fried Wins 2 Scialog Awards

Research Corporation for Science Advancement and the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation announce awards of $1,320,000 to nine interdisciplinary teams in the final year of Scialog: Chemical Machinery of the Cell, an initiative launched in 2018 to spark collaborative research that could advance fundamental understanding of chemical […]

A New Ph.D. Spotlight! | Chemistry Ph.D. Candidate Vishal Yadav

A New Ph.D. Spotlight! | Chemistry Ph.D. Candidate Vishal Yadav

PHutures Ph.D. Spotlight December 2021 features Vishal Yadav, a Ph.D. candidate in JHU’s Department of Chemistry. Learn about the unexpected journey that Vishal undertook to pursue the advanced study of inorganic chemistry at Johns […]

Prof. Kempa Wins JHU Career Impact Award

Prof. Kempa Wins JHU Career Impact Award

From the office of Integrated Learning and Life Design: “The new Career Impact Award at Johns Hopkins University celebrates faculty members, students, postdoctoral fellows, and alumni who have gone above […]

Xin Zhang Also Receives AY22 PURA

Xin Zhang Also Receives AY22 PURA

Xin (Jason) Zhang, a current undergraduate at Johns Hopkins University and working in the McQueen laboratory is apart of the AY22 PURA cohort! Their project is “Synthesis and Characterization of […]

Em Ambrosius Receives AY22 PURA!

Em Ambrosius Receives AY22 PURA!

Em Ambrosius, a current undergraduate at Johns Hopkins University double majoring in Applied Mathematics & Statistics and Chemistry, is apart of the AY22 PURA cohort! Their project is “Ring-Opening Metathesis […]

New center will use power of AI to optimize low-cost materials for solar energy

New center will use power of AI to optimize low-cost materials for solar energy

SPIRAL Center at Johns Hopkins is one of 10 projects to receive support from Department of Energy initiative focused on the development of low-cost energy technologies With a three-year grant […]

Prof. Huang Wins Prestigious Packard Fellowship

Prof. Huang Wins Prestigious Packard Fellowship

Congratulations to Prof. Xiongyi Huang for receiving a prestigious Packard Fellowship for his pioneering research that bridges the worlds of biology and synthetic chemistry to discover new, affordable, and sustainable […]

Rebekka Klausen explores longer-lasting, sustainable materials with NSF-funded team

Rebekka Klausen explores longer-lasting, sustainable materials with NSF-funded team

Second Decade Society Associate Professor Rebekka Klausen joins Center for the Chemistry of Molecularly Optimized Networks with focus on increasing the lifetime of synthetic rubbers and designing plastics that can decompose upon a chemical trigger.

The Greenberg lab publishes in JACS on radical mediated DNA damage.

The Greenberg lab publishes in JACS on radical mediated DNA damage.

The manuscript describes the reactivity of a 2′-deoxycytidine nucleobase radical produced as a result of oxidative stress. The radical initiates DNA electron transfer and abstracts hydrogen atoms in DNA to […]