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On January 24, 2017, 30 students along with teachers and staff from the 360 High School in Providence visited Brown for the first-ever STEM Day, hosted by Prof. Ou Chen and sponsored by the Department of Chemistry.

Students work in groups on an inquiry-based electrochemistry experimentStudents work in groups on an inquiry-based electrochemistry experime

On November 5, 2016, graduate students and postdoctoral scholars from across university disciplines to give talks on their research at Brown, from robotics to gender and health, at the Research Matters! event, hosted by the Graduate School.

Eshan Mitra, who received his Sc.B. at Chemistry from Brown in 2012, will return to College Hill to give a seminar on November 11, hosted by the Department of Chemistry. Eshan worked in the laboratory of Professor Sarah Delaney during his time at Brown.

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Cooking Meets Chemistry: Molecular Gastronomy in CHEM0090

On October 18, students in CHEM0090 took part in an interactive demo on molecular gastronomy led by Malinda Coletta, an instructor for local Rhode Island-based company Professor Chef

Today, the Department of Chemistry welcomes 14 new graduate students from around the world. Welcome to Brown and best of luck with this exciting phase in your education and career! 

Undergraduates at Brown can apply for Summer Undergraduate Teaching & Research Awards (UTRAs) to fund summer research.

The Department of Chemistry presents Professor Thomas E. Mallouk '77 as the 2016 John Howard Appleton lecturer. He will give the lecture on Thursday, September 29 a colloquium the following day as part of Chemistry's Friday Colloquium Series.

Credit: Cane LabCredit: Cane LabProfessor David E. Cane retired this summer after over 40 years of service to Brown University. Named in his honor, a special issue The Journal of Antibiotics was published in July 2016.


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