Newsroom University of Denver (chemistry)

2018
April
13,
2018
He can tell you about the hybridization of chemical bond structures. Or explain the stability of aromatic compounds. But for Charlie Wallace, ordering coffee in Perugia, Italy, made him feel like an idiot. His notoriously brutal organic chemist...
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2016
November
22,
2016
At the National Renewable Energy Laboratory in Golden, Colo., DU alumna Mariel Price experiments with lignin, an organic substance that is a by-product of biofuel production. Her goal is to help transform lignin into polymer precursors that can be ma...
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September
27,
2016
In a chemistry lab at the University of Denver, a team of researchers has been steadily tweaking what looks like a miniature MRI machine designed for a mouse. The instrument is part of a decades-long project in which technology invented at DU is ...
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June
30,
2016
In June, the U.S. Senate proposed a $400 million increase in funding for research on Alzheimer's disease. If approved, it would be in addition to the historic $350 million increase signed into law at the close of 2015. This funding boost for A...
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