Nemanja Vuksanovic’s article featured on the cover of Acta Crystallographica F

UW-Milwaukee Chemistry & Biochemistry graduate student Nemanja Vuksanovic’s recent first author article has been featured on the cover of Acta Crystallographica F.  Congratulations Nemanja!!!

MilliporeSigma makes in-kind donation of chemicals and laboratory supplies

The chemistry department recently received six pallets of donated chemicals and laboratory supplies from MilliporeSigma, the Life Science business of Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany. Initiated by MilliporeSigma’s Paul Griffin and administered by MilliporeSigma’s Annie Mayrose. Chemistry and biochemistry faculty and… Read More

Chemistry Building Working Rules for COVID-19

Publication by Alejandro Boscoboinik was selected as Chemical Communications HOT Article

“Measuring and modelling mechanochemical reaction kinetics” authored by Alejandro Boscoboinik, Dustin Olson, Heather Adams, Nicholas Hopper and Wilfred T. Tysoe was selected as one of the most interesting articles published in Chemical Communications based on significance, impact, and quality. Abstract:… Read More

Writing the GRE General Test in Bangladesh written by Md Mohiminul Islam published in Science

An eLetter from Md Mohiminul Islam “Writing the GRE General Test at home: perspective of Bangladesh” was published at Science online. The contribution explains the situation of writing the GRE test at home in Bangladesh during the time of COVID-19.

A New Building for the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry

On August 23, 2018, the Board of Regents approved the UW System’s capital budget recommendations for 2019- 21, which largely focus on renovation, repair, and replacement of aging or obsolete facilities. Included in the recommendation was a new building to… Read More

Tania Mutchie and M.S. Rashid Roni receive 2020-2021 UWM Graduate Student Excellence Fellowship awards

Tania Mutchie and M.S. Rashid Roni, both members of the Arnold Group were awarded Graduate Student Excellence Fellowship awards. The award recognizes outstanding academic performance and great potential to excel to extraordinary achievements during their final years of graduate studies… Read More

$198,326 NSF COVID-19 RAPID grant awarded

The Frick lab joined a team from the College of Engineering and Applied Science to study how superhydrophobic and photocatalytic antimicrobial (SPA) coatings might be used to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The four Co-PIs received a $198,326 NSF COVID-19… Read More

COVID-19 related research in highlighted in INFOCUS and

COVID-19 research in Frick, Silvaggi & Tysoe labs was highlighted in this month’s L&S INFOCUS newsletter.  Chemistry students conducting this important research include Biochemistry majors  Garrett Breit, Hayden Aristizabal, and Matt McCarty, and graduate students Raj Virdi, Nemanja Vuksanovic, Robert… Read More

A one-time-only non-secure ACS exam has been adopted by nearly 500 chemistry departments

Chemical education professor and ACS exams director Kristen Murphy was interviewed by C&EN news about this year’s non-secure testing option for ACS exams. Professors had been worried that the ACS exams would become another yearly tradition canceled by COVID-19. The usual… Read More