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Welcome to the Department of Chemistry at the University of New Hampshire.  We are dedicated to chemistry research and education at all levels.  We have a long, proud tradition of providing a challenging and nurturing environment for our students. 

 

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Researchers and students use AI to study space-generated electrical currents...

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From Implants to Tissue Engineering

From Implants to Tissue Engineering

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  • Each year the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences (CEPS) Career and Professional Success (CaPS) team puts together a pictoral glimpse of the First Destination Survey results. Here are the results from the Chemistry Class of 2020, a particularly difficult year that still saw students thrive...
    Each year the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences (CEPS) Career and Professional Success (CaPS) team puts together a pictoral glimpse of the First Destination Survey results. Here are the results from the Chemistry Class of 2020, a particularly difficult year that still saw students thrive...
  • Chemical Principles for Engineers
    Students in the Fall 2020 semester of Chem 405, Chemical Principles for Engineers, researched how chemistry is applied in engineering or is present in challenges that require engineering, and then communicated their findings in both poster and oral presentations.  Given the many prospective...
    Chemical Principles for Engineers
    Students in the Fall 2020 semester of Chem 405, Chemical Principles for Engineers, researched how chemistry is applied in engineering or is present in challenges that require engineering, and then communicated their findings in both poster and oral presentations.  Given the many prospective...
  • Dr. Jeffrey & team recently won a Visionary Grant at GRC
    In 2019, Kathleen Jeffery (Postdoctoral Research Associate, Chemistry Education) attended the 2019 Gordon Research Conference for Visualization in Science and Education. The conference hosts a Visionary Grant competition, supported by a generous grant from NASA, to provide “seed funding” to...
    Dr. Jeffrey & team recently won a Visionary Grant at GRC
    In 2019, Kathleen Jeffery (Postdoctoral Research Associate, Chemistry Education) attended the 2019 Gordon Research Conference for Visualization in Science and Education. The conference hosts a Visionary Grant competition, supported by a generous grant from NASA, to provide “seed funding” to...
  • Jackson Kaspari was raised in the neighboring town of Dover New Hampshire and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from the University of New Hampshire in 2018. He began his research ventures with Dr. Margaret Greenslade as an...
    Jackson Kaspari was raised in the neighboring town of Dover New Hampshire and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from the University of New Hampshire in 2018. He began his research ventures with Dr. Margaret Greenslade as an...
  • The Boudreau group's work focuses on the design and synthesis of small molecules as inhibitors of ​beta-lactamases​, which are enzymes responsible for bacterial resistance to beta-lactam antibiotics. Antimicrobial resistance has been a recurring and increasing problem arising from the overuse of...
    The Boudreau group's work focuses on the design and synthesis of small molecules as inhibitors of ​beta-lactamases​, which are enzymes responsible for bacterial resistance to beta-lactam antibiotics. Antimicrobial resistance has been a recurring and increasing problem arising from the overuse of...