News + Announcements
  • Franz Receives National ACS Award!

    Professor Katherine Franz has received the 2020 ACS Award for Encouraging Women into Careers in the Chemical Sciences! 

  • Join Us at Duke as a Science Outreach Coordinator! We're Hiring!

    Interested in coordinating science outreach? Like to lead classroom demos? This could be your future job at Duke! To come work with us - Submit a cover letter, CV, and contact information for three references to before November 1!

  • Beratan and Therien Leading a New NSF Center for Chemical Innovation

    The National Science Foundation is funding the new Center for Synthesizing Quantum Coherence (CSQC) as a Phase I Center for Chemical Innovation. Led by Duke, and featuring distinguished chemists at Northwestern University, University of California – Berkeley, and University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, the Center aims to unmask the coherent quantum mechanical flow of electronic excited states and of charges, along with their coherent spin-spin interactions, in precisely tailored nanostructures and molecules.  In the longer term, discoveries of the Center will contribute to realizing materi

  • Congratulations to the 2019-2020 Departmental Fellowship Recipients!

    Congratulations to the 2019-2020 Graduate Fellowship Recipients! 

    Burroughs Wellcome:  Chibueze Onyeagusi, Yangju Lin, Maria Toro and Seoyoung Cho

    Joe Taylor Adams:  Peter Novello

    Paul M. Gross:  Jake Lindale and Feichen Yang

    Charles Hauser:  Brianne Dudiak and Kelsey Morgan

    Marcus Hobbs:  Courtney Johnson

    Peter Walter Jeffs:  Yi Hu

    William Krigbaum:  Darius Teo

    Charles H. Lochmuller:  Renze Ma

    Shaffer-Hunnicutt:  Yuncai Mei and Shu Wang

  • Triangle Molecular Simulation Society Receives Grant

    The Office of the Vice Provost for Interdisciplinary Studies has awarded a Duke Support for Interdisciplinary Graduate Networks (D-SIGN) grant to the Triangle Molecular Simulation Society! Professor David Beratan will lead three chemists and a physicist in kickstarting an interdisciplinary and cross-school network of students, researchers, enthusiasts, and members of industry interested in the methods and applications of molecular simulation. This network will eventually nurture research collaboration, support, and community within the Triangle area.