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Archive – November 2011

Princeton science writer, Morgan Kelly, explains a shortcut process for producing pharmaceutical-like compounds that was developed by members of the MacMillan group: lead author Andrew McNally, research associate; and co-author Christopher Prier, graduate student. Princeton technique puts chemistry breakthoughs on the fast track  
The Princeton University Department of Chemistry is pleased to announce that Professor Garnet K.-L. Chan will be joining our faculty effective January 2012, where he will be the A. Barton Hepburn Professor of Chemistry.  Professor Chan’s research is in theoretical chemistry. Prior to his appointment at Princeton, Professor Chan was an Associate Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology at Cornell University. He has received a number of notable awards including the ACS Award in Pure