- January 2015
Benjamin Hsiao Named Materials Research Society Fellow
Dr. CV Krishnan will receive a public award "Brihaspathi" for his contributions to science, and science education...
SBU and BNL Scientists Esther Takeuchi, Kenneth Takeuchi, Amy Marschilok, Kevin Kirshenbaum, and Zhong Zhong are using pioneering x-ray techniques on lithium-based batteries that may lead to the design of more efficient batteries
In the Lab and on the Water, Stephen Grant ’15 is Driven to Succeed
- December 2014
Professor Iwao Ojima Named a Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors
- November 2014
Erwin London was elected Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).
Chemistry BS/MS student, Dana Castro, seeks better living through Chemistry.
- October 2014
Kenneth Dill Elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Ph.D. Student Uses Research to Wage War On Tuberculosis.
Esther Takeuchi has more patents than any American woman.... .
Stony Brook University Student Meng Yang Wins 2014 Mow Shiah Lin Scholarship.
- September 2014
STONY BROOK RESEARCHERS QUANTIFYUNDERLYING LANDSCAPE OF CANCER. Findings from two newly published papers may help provide a design for new anticancer tactics.
Remembering Prof. Takanobu Ishida.
The Department of Chemistry presents Dr. Daniel G. Nocera at the 24th Annual Jacob Bigeleisen Lecture, Friday, September 26, 2014. More information (pdf)
- August 2014
Dr.Scott Laughlin Receives NSF EAGER Award for Brain Initiative Research
- July 2014
Chemistry Department encourages high school students to do research
Congratulations to Prof. Stephen Koch for being elected Fellow of the American Chemical Society.
- June 2014
Hee Nam Lim / Parker group is 1 of 45 finalists worldwide for the PhD Reaxys Prize
Stony Brook receives $10 Million DOE Grant for New Energy Frontier Research Center
- May 2014
Alumni Newsletter May 2014 (pdf)
Commencement May 23, 2014. Speaker, Dr. Ruth Heidelberger
David Walt, Honorary Degree
Second Annual Francis Johnson Lecture, speaker Dr. Carolyn Bertozzi.
- April 2014
Congratulations to Dr. Susan Oatis who just received the Provost's Outstanding Lecturer Award! This recognition is well-deserved for all that Dr. Oatis does in our undergraduate laboratories and masters program to the benefit of our students.
Two SBU professors elected into AAAS - Congratulations to Ken A. Dill, PhD, Distinguished Professor of Physics and Chemistry, and Director of the Laufer Center for Physical & Quantitative Biology, and Jules Ralph Feiffer, an artist and writer, and core faculty member of the Graduate Arts Campus..
Congratulations to our four NSF Graduate Research Fellowship awardees: Dara Bobb-Semple in Chemistry, Stephen K. Lee in Biomedical Engineering, Marisa Lim in Ecology & Evolution, and Micah Mumper in Psychology/Cognitive Science.
- March 2014
The Department of Chemistry is delighted to announce that Dr. Melanie Chiu, currently a postdoctoral fellow at Stanford University with Professor Zhenan Bao, and Dr. Christopher Johnson, a postdoctoral fellow at Yale University with Professor Mark Johnson, will be joining the faculty on September 1, 2014. Read more.
- February 2014
Congratulations to the University Service Awards Recipients from Chemistry for 2013: Benjamin Chu (45 years), Frank (Bill) Fowler (45 years), Francis Johnson (40 years), Stephen Koch (35 years), Iwao Ojima (30 years), and Bradford J. Tooker (25 years). We are proud and grateful for their continued contribution to the Chemistry Department.
Congratulations to Ben Chu, Ben Hsiao, and Esther S. Takeuchi regarding being named NAI Fellows. It is quite an honor and well deserved! Ben and Ben were named 2013 NAI Fellows, while Esther was named a 2012 NAI Fellow (the inaugural class). Read more.
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Welcome to the Department of Chemistry at Stony Brook University. Our department offers unsurpassed opportunities for world-class research across a broad range of chemical fields. With over forty faculty, we have a reputation for excellence in teaching in addition to research. Our close relationship with Brookhaven National Lab and the Stony Brook Health Sciences Center reflects the strong interdisciplinary aspect of our department. As an indication of the recent growth and success of research within the department, we have moved from 46th in the nation in total R&D funding in 2006 to 27th in 2012.