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Paper from Davis Group highlighted as a “Spotlight” by JACS

The communication entitled, “A G4·K+ Hydrogel Stabilized by an Anion” has been chosen by the editors of JACS to be featured as a “JACS Spotlight”.
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Pre-eminent Chemist Lai-Xi Wang to Join UMD Faculty

Lai-Xi Wang, a leading carbohydrate chemist with expertise in glycoscience, enzymology and immunology, will join the faculty at UMD as professor of chemistry and biochemistry, starting January 2015.
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Dayie Group Research Featured on Back Cover of ChemBioChem

Research from Dayie research lab on new labeling technologies to study large biologically important RNAs has been featured as back cover for ChemBioChem
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Chris Jarzynski has been awarded the title of Distinguished University Professor

The Chair and department join in congratulating Professor Christopher Jarzynski who has been awarded the title of Distinguished University Professor.
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A recent news article in Nature highlights bacterial communication and has quotes from Professor Sintim

Scientists are now taking a more sophisticated approach to the problem of bacterial infections by inhibiting bacterial communication. Herman Sintim, a chemical biologist in the department, highlights the proble
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Giant Global “Chimney” Could Alter Climate Change

Understanding how ocean gases are pumped into the upper atmosphere could help predict and even regulate our future world environment