Professor Omowunmi “Wunmi” Sadik has received a $867,536 grant from the National Science Foundation and the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation to develop paper based biosensors to increase the productivity of agriculture in developing countries.
William Marsiglia, a 2013 Binghamton graduate with a BS in Biochemistry, has received a prestigious NIH National Cancer Institute predoctoral fellowship.
5th Bi-Annual John Eisch Lectureship in Organic Synthesis to take place on April 8, 2016. Professor Bob Crabtree from the Department of Chemistry at Yale Univeristy with be speaking.
Justin Sambur, a 2006 BS Honors graduate in Chemistry at Binghamton University, was highlighted in a recent issue of C&E News for his recent research “reactivity hot spots” on catalytic surfaces.
Stan Whittingham has been named a Thomson Reuters Citation Laureate for his pioneering research on the lithium battery.
Brian Callahan's research into hedgehog proteins could lead to improved treatments for cancer.
We are a medium-size chemistry department with a great atmosphere of cooperation. Our size facilitates close interaction among faculty and between research groups and creates a setting that's appealing to many students and in which they can thrive professionally.
Our undergraduate program offers BA and BS degrees with a BS/American Chemical Society certification option and with emphases in biophysical and materials chemistry. Undergraduate participation in research is actively encouraged. We also participate in a five-year BS/MS program in materials chemistry and we jointly sponsor the biochemistry degree program with the Department of Biological Sciences.
We offer both MSc and PhD research programs as well as MA and MAT degrees. In addition to the traditional areas of analytical, inorganic, organic and physical chemistry, we have faculty in a number of fertile cross-disciplinary areas, such as bioanalytical, bioinorganic, bioorganic and biophysical chemistry; electrochemistry; environmental chemistry and materials chemistry.
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A recent paper "Triplex-forming peptide nucleic acid modified with 2-aminopyridine as a new tool for detection of A-to-I editing” showcasing results arising from the collaboration in nucleic acids chemistry between FIBER, Konan University, Kobe, Japan and Binghamton University was published and highlighted as a Back Cover Image in June 28 issue of Chemical Communications.
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