Quantum layer boosts machine learning predictionsComputational chemistry lets chemists predict molecules’ properties without measuring them in the lab. Some of the most accurate computational chemistry tools use quantum chemistry, but these calculations can be time-consuming.
'Using the Power of Chemistry' to Heal Our Broken BonesWhen she was in graduate school at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Assistant Professor of Chemistry Stefanie Sydlik suffered a cartilage injury. This got the chemistry major to start thinking about and researching the biological processes behind healing in the body, especially the healing of bones. In a new paper in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Sydlik demonstrates how graphite ¬— the same substance we fill our pencils with ¬— can be employed to repair severe bone fractures more effectively than current technology.
PPG Foundation Recognizes Two Chemistry Graduate Students with Prestigious FellowshipThe PPG Foundation has awarded two Department of Chemistry fifth-year Ph.D. students fellowships to support their research.
Meet MCS’s Highland AmbassadorsMonday, February 11, 2019
Meet MCS’s Highland AmbassadorsMeet MCS’s Highland Ambassadors
‘Gamechanger’ in Natural Product Structure Determination Published in Nature ProtocolsFriday, February 08, 2019
‘Gamechanger’ in Natural Product Structure Determination Published in Nature Protocolsa team including Professor Roberto R. Gil comprises work using nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy
Innovation Unleashed Podcast: Saving the World’s Water from Our Own DestructionFriday, January 04, 2019