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Sullivan Uses Nobel Prize Winning Technology to Study Airborne Particles

Carnegie Mellon Researchers Probe Hydrogen Bonds Using New Technique

Three Chemistry Professors Named Among World's Most Highly Cited Researchers

Graduate Student Qing Ye Wins Outstanding Poster Award

Synthetic Molecule Invades Double-Stranded DNA

MCS Students Earn Early Induction into Phi Beta Kappa, Including Chemistry's Sarah Simon and Victoria Van Benschoten

Predicting the safety of food contact articles: New science and digital opportunities

Terry Collins and other IGS members presented talks at the 2018 Food Packaging Forum Workshop in Zurich, Switzerland

Matyjaszewski Wins 2019 ACS Award in the Chemistry of Materials

Three CMU Alumni Inducted into the National Academy of Engineering

Chemistry alumni Jennifer Hartt Elisseeff (S '94) and Oliver C. Mullins (S '81) were honored for work on biomaterials and on oil and gas reservoirs, respectively.

MCS and CMU-Q Andrew Carnegie Society Scholars Announced

Including chemistry major Mike Dong

Low-level Exposure to BPA Unsafe, Says Panel of Experts

Two-Faced Molecule Could Lead to Huntington’s Disease Treatment

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