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.
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The Harvard Crimson singles out Senior Lecturer Gregg Tucci for his enthusiasm about chemistry in the issue of November 9th. Tucci has taught Life and Physical Sciences A, Foundational Chemistry and Biology, since the fall of 2007 when enrollment was a mere 27 students; this fall the enrollment is over 200 students. Additionally, Tucci has taught introductory chemistry in Extension and in the summer school, and last year helped inaugurate Physical Read more about Gregg Tucci in Harvard Crimson