The Lab Report is the news blog of the Emory University Department of Chemistry. The Department of Chemistry at Emory University believes that the best teaching and research happens in the context of a scientific community. Together, we engage in creative problem-solving at the molecular level. Our collaborative research themes–catalysis, sustainable energy, and living/nonliving interfaces— are anchored by foundational strengths in biomolecular, inorganic, organic, and physical chemistry.
Applying to Graduate School 101
- A Letter from the Director of Graduate Studies
- Unpacking the Personal Statement
- An Interview with a Faculty Admissions Representative
- An Interview with a Current Graduate Student
- How is applying to graduate school different from applying to college?
- How do I request a reference letter?
- What does applying to graduate school cost?
- Choosing a Lab
- …more to come!
We love to share…
- research accomplishments
- student stories
- dissertation defenses
- faculty awards
- alumni news
and more. To share a story with The Lab Report, contact our outreach coordinator, Kira Walsh.
Happy New Year! As we enter 2019, a new year of innovation and achievement, let’s take some time to appreciate some of the wonderful things that took place in the Department of Chemistry during 2018. Chemistry Unbound was highlighted in an Emory Magazine feature on innovative education The CCHF hosted a symposium on Chemistry in …
Emory University is proud to kick-off its new Biotech Consulting Club! The club is designed for graduate students interested in gaining skills in Biotech entrepreneurship, consulting, and project management. During the semester, interested candidates will be grouped into small teams and paired with Emory investigators (PIs) or local start-ups to provide thorough market analyses and …
Research from the Davies Lab has recently been featured by Emory News in an article titled “Chemical Catalyst Turns ‘Trash’ to ‘Treasure’”. The article highlights the lab’s most recent catalyst discovery, their Nature publication, their scientific mission, and their involvement with the CCHF. The article even includes videos and clips of some of the fascinating …