Professor of Chemistry Biwu Ma and his team published a new study that shows if you add a layer of ancient organic pigment to a perovskite solar cell, it increases the stability and efficiency of the cell.
Diana Conrad said she always knew she wanted to be a teacher. Four years of studying at Florida State University confirmed that dream — and even gave it a bit more meaning.
Igor Alabugin has become the first in the university’s history to receive the American Chemical Society’s Arthur C. Cope Scholar Award, one of the most prestigious awards in organic chemistry.
FSU researchers have developed a new material that could be used to make flexible X-ray detectors that are less harmful to the environment and cost less than existing technologies.
A group of Florida State University graduate students have been selected to present “Illuminating the Field of Photophysics: 100 Years of Michael Kasha,” a symposium at the American Chemical Society’s national meeting, celebrating the former FSU professor who was one of the world’s foremost photochemists.
Prof. Mike Shatruk uses “Chemistry in Art” class to connect the dots between two seemingly disparate subject areas.
Judith Roth, a doctoral student in the Department of Chemistry, was one of 62 graduate students from across the nation selected for the DOE’s Office of Science Graduate Student Research (SCGSR) Program.
Brooke Sabin, a spring 2020 biochemistry graduate, has been awarded the University of Florida Graduate School Grinter Fellowship.
Ma’s group has published a new study in Science Advances that explains how his team created a hollow nanostructure for metal halide perovskites that would allow the material to emit a highly efficient blue light.
The images shared by the Hanson Research Group on Twitter look more like installments in a neon art exhibit than snapshots from a chemistry laboratory.