When UC San Diego undergraduate student

When UC San Diego undergraduate student Enid Partika learned that more than 40 percent of U.S. food waste is thrown into landfills where it releases significant amounts of greenhouse gases, she decided something needed to be done. – http://ow.ly/iXsT50ukmgZ

“The most exciting thing about my resear

“The most exciting thing about my research is the discovery part. My greatest achievement has been marrying my wife …” – Author Profile on Professor Josh Figueroa by Angewadnte Chemie http://ow.ly/dhcs50ukjrt

Magnet with ‘Magic Angle’

“Understanding these mechanisms will allow researchers to correct those mistaken identities and design molecules that can prevent cancer and premature aging mechanisms from happening much earlier in the process,” explained Debelouchina. — https://ucsdnews.ucsd.edu/pressrelease/magnets_with_magic_angle_offer_new_way_to_study_jelly_states_of_genes

Congratulations to Po Ling Cheung and Riley Peacock!

Congratulations to Po Ling Cheung and Riley Peacock! They will be competing in the final round of the 6th Annual UC San Diego Grad SLAM! Please come out and show your support on Thursday, April 11th from 5-7 pm. – http://ow.ly/vhSB50p6qsk

Congratulations to Professor Rommie Amaro on being selected as the 2019-2020 Lattimer Research Fellow!

Congratulations to Professor Rommie Amaro on being selected as the 2019-2020 Lattimer Research Fellow!

Chemists Cook Up Elusive Molecule for the First Time

Chemists Cook Up Elusive Molecule for the First Time — UC San Diego researchers verify decades-old predictions about transition-metal complexes — http://ow.ly/3NN830oeyKx http://ow.ly/i/LNX3b

Electron Transport and optical properties

Electron Transport and optical properties of single molecule in contact with conductive materials have attracted considerable attention because of their scientific importance and potential applications. We investigate effects of intramolecular Coulomb interaction on conductance and luminescence spectra using the nonequilibrium Hubbard Green’s function technique combined with first-principles calculations. Exciton binding energy (Coulomb interaction) shown to be crucial for reproducing recent experiments for a single phthalocyanine molecule. – https://pubs.acs.org/doi/10.1021/acs.nanolett.8b04484 http://ow.ly/i/LKMeT