WFU students to teach ‘kitchen chemistry’ to kids at Kaleideum North

“Students can only learn so much out of a book,” said Comstock-Ferguson, an associate professor of chemistry. “You can’t learn science without actually doing it. This is a great way for Wake Forest students to embody the spirit of Pro Humanitate by … Continue reading

Grant Awarded to Dr. Dos Santos

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The National Science Foundation recently awarded a $680,000 grant to Wake Forest University Associate Professor of Chemistry Patricia Dos Santos. In addition to funding research that helps scientists better understand life on earth, the grant also enables her to mentor … Continue reading

Tenure-Track Faculty Position in Inorganic/Materials Chemistry

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The Department of Chemistry at Wake Forest University invites applicants for a tenure-track faculty position in Inorganic and/or Materials Chemistry to begin Aug. 2018. While the focus is on applicants at the Assistant Professorship level, outstanding senior candidates will be considered. Applicants must hold … Continue reading

Congratulations to Dr. Dos Santos

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Professor Patricia Dos Santos was recently awarded an NSF grant for her research on “redox reactions in the biosynthesis of thio-cofactors in bacteria”. This project will engage graduate and undergraduate students in the identification physiological reductants participating in the biological synthesis of vitamins and … Continue reading

Congratulations to Dr. Salam

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Congratulations to Dr. Akbar Salam, who has been awarded a Mercator Fellowship associated with the International Research Training Group “Cold Controlled Ensembles in Physics and Chemistry” at the University of Freiburg, Germany and funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG). Read the announcement … Continue reading

Congratulations to Dr. Gross

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Professor Michael Gross was recently awarded an NSF CAREER Award, for his proposal entitled “CAREER: Processing High Surface Area, Nanostructured Ceramic Scaffolds at High Temperatures via In-Situ Carbon Templating of Hybrid Materials”. Read more at Wake Forest News … Continue reading