As a culmination of a partnership between the Lieber and Nocera Research Groups, postdoctoral scholar Tuncay Ozel authored a new publication titled "Electrochemical Deposition of Conformal and Functional Layers on High Aspect Ratio Silicon Micro/Nanowires."
In a recent paper from Soft Robotics, a team of scientists including Woodford L. and Ann A. Flowers University Professor George M. Whitesides and Alex Nemiroski presented a class of robots called "arthrobots." Why "arthrobots"? These soft robots mimic the musculoskeletal system of arthropods (spiders and insects, for example) and use pneumatic joints in their many-limbed prototypes. Read more about Arthrobots & Spiders: Why 6 Legs are Better Than 4
Maria Brouard, a spunky undergraduate studying Chemistry and Biomedical Engineering, beamed next to her poster titled Synthesis of Erm Methyltransferase Inhibitors. She had only one problem with her final project: it didn’t have enough color. Just one red line, labeled “Toxic,” stood out from the black structural formulas, diagrams, and text. But Maria and her group, which included undergrad Curtis Wu and research mentor Zachary Zinsli, didn’t need color. Read more about Advanced Laboratories (CHEM 100R & 165) Poster Session
Professor of Chemistry, Alán Aspuru-Guzik, will teach the Department's first ever edX course, The Quantum World. The course, which starts on June 1, 2017, prepares advanced students to apply quantum theory to chemistry.
Watch this short video to learn more about the course curriculum: