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Images of Tripti Bhattacharya Alison Patteson and Olga Makhlynets and Rachel Steinhardt from left to right

(March 2, 2023)

A&S Faculty Collect Top National Awards and Grants

EES professor Tripti Bhattacharya, physics professor Alison Patteson and chemistry professors Olga Makhlynets and Rachel Steinhardt are recognized for their innovative and noteworthy research.

Olga Makhlynets portrait.

(Feb. 21, 2023)

Chemistry Professor Recipient of NSF CAREER and NIH Grants

With grants from the National Institutes of Health and National Science Foundation, Olga Makhlynets is researching next-generation hydrogels and protein design.

Atanu Acharya portrait.

(Jan. 4, 2023)

Getting to the 'Point': Powerful Computing Helps Identify Potential New Treatments for Coronaviruses

A&S chemistry professor Atanu Acharya seeks to identify antibodies effective against all coronaviruses and variants.

Side by side portraits of Amy Rabideau and Alexis Eckhart.

(Jan. 3, 2023)

Making a Difference at Moderna

Thanks to the A&S | Maxwell alumni connections program, two A&S grads are fighting evolving diseases.

Syracuse University Professors Olga Makhlynets (left) and Ivan Korendovych (center), and graduate student Sagar Bhattacharya (right), in a research lab.

(Oct. 28, 2022)

Advancing Artificial Enzyme Engineering

A research team including chemists from Syracuse University create the fastest artificial enzyme ever reported thanks to a novel method of locating an enzyme’s “sweet spot.”

National Science Foundation logo

(April 29, 2022)

Five NSF CAREER Awards a Record for A&S

Professors John Franck, Brett Jakubiak, David Kellen, Davoud Mozhdehi and Minghao Rostami have been awarded five-year CAREER grants to support their innovative research and educational outreach.

(Dec. 17, 2021)

Michael Sponsler and Steluta Dinca Awarded NSF EAGER Grant

The grant will support their research with superconducting polyacetylene.

Korter

(Dec. 14, 2021)

Chemist Timothy Korter Awarded Grant From Hitachi High-Technologies Corporation for Pharmaceutical Research

Korter's grant will support his work to interpret, analyze and model complex pharmaceuticals.

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