CSU's first undergraduate summer mathematics research program is in full swing.
Publishing in Nature Communications, the team led by Professor of Chemistry Eugene Chen describes synthesis of a polymer called P3HB.
The College of Natural Sciences and the Department of Chemistry would like to recognize and congratulate all of our graduating seniors and award recipients!
Jarod Snook, a sophomore majoring in chemistry was awarded the Ernest F. Hollings Scholarship. The Hollings Scholarship includes a two-year academic scholarship and a summer internship opportunity with NOAA for full-time undergraduate STEM and education majors.
By stretching the amount of time proteins can be simulated in their natural state of wiggling and gyrating, a team of researchers at Colorado State University, using XSEDE high-performance supercomputers, has identified a critical protein structure that could serve as a molecular Achilles heel able to inhibit the replication of dengue virus and potentially other flaviviruses such as West Nile and Zika virus.
The most exciting thing about organic semiconductors is that it’s possible to design molecules that are flexible, lightweight, colored or completely transparent.
With the help of quantum mechanical computation, new CSU faculty member Robert Paton helped to develop a new catalyst that could improve medicines and medical imaging.
Each year, Colorado State University celebrates the teaching, research and service achievements of Colorado State University students, alumni and friends, academic faculty, administrative professionals and classified staff. This year, Thomas Borch and Ellen Fisher, two of our outstanding professors were honored for the work that they have done here at CSU.
CSU chemists have made another major step toward waste-free, sustainable materials that could one day compete with conventional plastics.
Chemistry graduate students Ryan Pearson and Matthew Ryan were selected as the winners of the 2018 CSU Demo Days Energy Institute Award for Graduate Student Poster of the Year! Their research, a paintable do-it-yourself heat-reflective retrofit coating for older energy inefficient windows, was showcased that day along with over sixty competing graduate students.