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Brown Chemistry is Hiring!

The Department of Chemistry at Brown University invites applications for a tenure track Assistant Professorship in Computational/Theoretical Chemistry. All areas of research in modern computational and theoretical chemistry, including research involving biological and materials chemistry, catalysis, artificial intelligence for chemical discovery, spectroscopy, and electronic structure, will be given thorough consideration. For further information and to apply, use the link below.
William Lin 24', Biochemistry and Molecular Biology concentrator was awarded a prestigious Goldwater Scholarship, along with three other undergraduate Brown University students.
Journal of Organic Chemistry

My Discovery of Science

Giovannia Barbosa's artwork was selected for the American Chemical Society Publication’s Diversity and Inclusion Cover Art Series. Gio's cover artwork and her accompanying editorial “My Discovery of Science” are featured in Journal of Organic Chemistry.

"I am very happy to have been selected for the ACS Diversity & Inclusion Artwork Series as I stand by the message behind it. Demonstrating diversity through this series is a very unique and creative way to increase representation in Chemistry. I was honored that they gave me the opportunity to also include my own editorial where I describe my inspiration for the cover. While science is more objective and art is subjective, I never stood behind the idea that one should only stick with one or the other. I always knew I wanted a career in the sciences, but I really enjoy my hobbies in the arts. While the outcomes of science and art are different, the processes involved can have many similarities!"
News from Chemistry

Brown Chemistry Department is Hiring!

Brown Department of Chemistry invites applications for a tenure track Assistant Professorship in Computational/Theoretical Chemistry.
News from Brown

Five Brown faculty elected AAAS fellows

Faculty members from mathematics, neuroscience, medical science and chemistry were honored for significant and lasting contributions to their fields.
Professor Brenda Rubenstein has been chosen as one of Popular Science's "Brilliant 10" in 2021! Back after a five-year break, Popular Science conducted a nationwide search to find early career researchers who are working on innovative solutions to some of today's most challenging problems. Read Prof. Rubenstein's "Storing data in chemical soup."
Brown University awarded a Research Achievement Award to Prof. Ou Chen. The Research Achievement Awards honor extraordinary scholars for their research across a wide range of academic disciplines. Prof. Chen's research showed that special nanoparticle building blocks can assemble themselves into a quasicrystalline lattice, an ordered structure with no discernible repeating pattern and exotic symmetries.
News from Chemistry

Prof. Weber: 2020 Top 50 Physics Articles

Prof. Peter Weber's article "Observation of the molecular response to light upon photoexcitation" was one of the most read Nature Communications articles in physics in 2020.
News from Chemistry

Jimmie D. Doll, Professor Emeritus of Chemistry

Professor Jimmie D. Doll It is with great sadness that the Department of Chemistry notes the passing of Jimmie Doll, the Jesse H. and Louisa D. Sharpe Metcalf Professor of Chemistry (emeritus) Sunday, June 11, 2017.
Journal of Organometallic Polymers and Materials

Journal Issue in Memory of Dr. Dwight A. Sweigart

The January 2014 issue of the Journal of Organometallic Polymers and Materials has been released In Memory of Dr. Dwight A. Sweigart. This issue features an introduction written by two of Dwight's former doctoral students, Robert Pike (Floyd D. Gottwald Professor of Chemistry at The College of William and Mary) and Ephraim Honig (Chief Operating Officer at Strem Chemicals, Inc.) and contains numerous articles by Dwight's former students and colleagues.