Professor Brian Popp receives a CAREER award from the National Science Foundation
C. Eugene and Edna P. Bennett Careers for Chemists Program
WVU chemistry department receives $1 million gift from C. Eugene Bennett Family FoundationThanks to a recent $1 million gift, the West Virginia University C. Eugene Bennett Department of Chemistry is modernizing the general chemistry laboratories.
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Using field effect to predict decarboxylation ratesThe field effect parameter has a substantial influence on the rate of decarboxylation of well-defined silver benzoate complexes. The data published in the Journal of the American Chemical Society by the group of Dr. Hoover provides the opportunity to surpass current substrate limitations associated with decarboxylation and to enable widespread utilization of decarboxylative coupling reactions.
Using sound waves for biomedical breakthroughs
WVU awarded $1 million grant from NSF for new High Performance Computing clusterRead in E-news
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Glen Jackson named Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry
Glen Jackson, Ming Hsieh Distinguished Professor of Forensic & Investigative Science holds a joint appointment in the C. Eugene Bennett Department of Chemistry and an adjunct position in the Department of Biology at West Virginia University.Read in E-news