Chemist awarded NSF Career Award to study environmentally friendly gold catalysts By Will Ferguson Office of Communications and External Relations Gold is worth more than money. Soon it could help to make the pharmaceutical industry greener thanks to the work of Amanda Jones, an assistant professor of chemistry at Wake Forest University. Jones received a…
Research highlights from the 2013-2014 academic year By Office of Communications and External Relations “From turning waves into electricity to developing new treatments for debilitating diseases, Wake Forest researchers raised the bar of scientific excellence yet again during the 2013-2014 academic year.” Read More at Wake Forest News
Please join us in congratulating Dr. Amanda Jones on her receipt of funding in the amount of $390K from the National Science Foundation (to begin July 01) for her proposal entitled “CAREER: Mechanism as a Driving Force in Gold(I) Catalyzed Alkyne Functionalizations.”
Kitchen Chemistry Professor Angela G. King serves up answers on how science can make a better cook. Bread that doesn’t rise. Gravy that won’t thicken. Scrambled eggs that stick to the pan. Most home cooks have been there. In our quest to determine what went wrong we questioned the recipe, the quality of our ingredients,…
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