Daniel Armstrong, Sandy Dasgupta, and Kevin Schug of the UTA Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry have been recognized among the top 100 in the world for 2019 by The Analytical Scientist magazine.
Dustin Luu and Hillary Vo, students in Sen Xu’s lab, were co-lead authors of a study that detailed a new way to hatch embryos that have paused in their development.
Pauline Dredger recently received a NASA Graduate Research Fellowship and earned first place for her research presentation at the Texas Section of the American Physical Society (TSAPS) Fall Meeting.
The recognition for Daniel Armstrong, Robert A. Welch Distinguished Professor at UTA, is for his important contributions to his field and will be presented at the Pittcon 2020 conference in March.
Ray, a champion of STEM education and chair of the COS Advisory Council, earned three mathematics degrees from UTA and went on to a long and successful career with ExxonMobil.
Kwangho Nam, assistant professor of chemistry & biochemistry, received one grant to increase knowledge of the mechanisms of complex enzymatic systems, and another grant to develop better computer simulation approaches for studying enzymatic reactions.