• UA Research Activity Tops $622M in Fiscal 2017

    Story by University Communications | February 8, 2018 | Photo of CBC's Paul Lee by University Communications

    The University's total research and development expenditures surpassed the previous year's total by more than $18 million and exceeded the annual target set by the... Read More

  • Researchers in Oliver Monti's Lab Observe Electrons Zipping Around in Crystals

     
    Story by Daniel Stolte, University Communications | Jan. 29, 2018
    Photos of Callie Eads by Kyle Mittan/UA News
    Photo of Oliver Monti by Timo Florian/Humboldt University, Berlin

     

    For the first time, scientists have tracked electrons moving... Read More

  • UA Chemistry Club Presented "Magic" Show During MaTheatre Performances

    MaTheatre returned to the UA on January 26 with its show "Calculus: The Musical!" The show charmed Tucson a year ago and came back again this year bringing to life the story of Isaac Newton, who joined forces with a modern math student on a comedic journey of discovery. MaTheatre also premiered... Read More

UA Research Activity Tops $622M in Fiscal 2017

Researchers in Oliver Monti's Lab Observe Electrons Zipping Around in Crystals

UA Chemistry Club Presented "Magic" Show During MaTheatre Performances

UA Research Activity Tops $622M in Fiscal 2017

Researchers in Oliver Monti's Lab Observe Electrons Zipping Around in Crystals

UA Chemistry Club Presented "Magic" Show During MaTheatre Performances

Spotlights

Faculty

The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry invites you to join us and Professor Emeritus Henry K. Hall as we celebrate his 48-year career at the University of Arizona on Friday, February 23, 2018 from 3 to 5 pm in the Kachina Lounge, Student Union Memorial Center, University of Arizona Main Campus. Please note the change in time.
 

Research

Professor Jon T. Njardarson along with graduate students Isaac Chogii, Pradipta Das and Kevin A. Scott as well as undergraduate student Mark N. Crawford report in the Journal of the American Chemical Society a new asymmetric anion-accelerated amino-Cope reaction (J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2017, 139, 13141). 

Students

Kelechi Abarikwu is a first generation Nigerian American, who at a young age was inspired by watching her mother graciously administer healthcare to local patients, relatives, and immigrants. From this early observation, she was inspired to become a physician who has a strong will to serve diverse populations.