All chemistry

Experimental determination of the melting curve of iron to 1000

January 13, 2022

Measuring the melting curve of iron at super-Earth core conditions

New study appears in Science

Russell Hemley, UIC College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Disting

November 15, 2021

Combining pressure, electrochemistry to synthesize superhydrides

Study by UIC’s Russell Hemley featured in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

Russell Hemley, UIC College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Disting

October 29, 2021

UIC scientist takes research to the extreme

In a prominent career spanning four decades, Russell Hemley has explored the behavior of matter and materials in extreme environments, particularly high pressures and temperatures

view of hands among chemistry glassware

August 25, 2021

$1.9M NSF-funded initiative to transform UIC undergraduate chemistry offerings

Curricular reform to cover general chemistry through the most advanced undergraduate courses

July 1, 2021

UIC awarded $2.25M to establish Army HBCU/MI Research Center of Excellence

Center will train the next generation of scientists and engineers in the field of energetic materials

National Nuclear Security Administration logo

April 27, 2020

$8M to UIC to lead DOE materials research center

Center will study materials in extreme conditions

April 15, 2020

UIC senior awarded a Gates Cambridge Scholarship

Anis Barmada part of newly elected international cohort

Richard Burns; obit; deaths

July 10, 2018

Deaths: Richard Burns

Founding member of chemistry department studied chemical reactions between atoms, molecules adsorbed on a surface

Ginevra Clark with students

April 24, 2018

East Meets West: Chemistry labs designed for nurses

New labs bridge the gap between chemistry concepts, real-world health care situations

nanoparticles

October 26, 2017

New technique produces tunable, nanoporous materials

Nanostructures with unique properties

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