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UMD Creates New Tech for Complex Micro Structures for Use in Sensors & Other Apps

Professor John Fourkas and his research group have developed new materials and nanofabrication techniques for building miniaturized versions of components needed for medical diagnostics, sensors and other appli
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JMS-700 MStation High Resolution JEOL Mass Spectrometer Up and Running

The JEOL JMS-700 MStation is a fully automated and computer controlled high resolution double-focusing magnetic sector mass spectrometer. It uses EI, CI and FAB as ion source and is coupled with an Agilent 68
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Undergraduate Student Awards and Honors

The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Commencement Reception and Awards Program to recognize our outstanding undergraduates took place Friday, May 18, in the G. Forrest Woods Memorial Atrium. CRC Press F
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Chemistry and Biochemistry Departmental Awards honor Graduate Students for Research, Teaching

The 2012 Annual Chemistry and Biochemistry Graduate Student Awards ceremony to honor our talented graduate students took place this year on May 11. All the awardees and their mentors, friends, and classmates we
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Katherine Manfred named Undergraduate Researcher of the Year by Maryland Center for Undergraduate Research

Katherine Manfred, a senior Chemistry and Physics major, has been named the 2012 Undergraduate Researcher of the Year by the Maryland Center for Undergraduate Research. A member of the John Fourkas group, Kath
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Department Team has Designed a Molecular Container to Enhance Solubility of Drugs

The research team of Da Ma, Ben Zhang, James B. Wittenberg, Peter Y. Zavalij, and Lyle Isaacs (Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry) working with Gaya Hettiarachchi, Duc Nguyen, Volker Briken (Department of