A Tribute to Professor Koh Lip Lin

The department of chemistry deeply mourns for the demise of our colleague Prof Koh Lip Lin on 12 Feb 2015.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Prof Loh Kian Ping (Head, Chemistry Department) received the Certificate of
Accreditation for our BSc curriculum from Royal Society of Chemistry.

 

 

 

 

Fundamental science won MOE Tier 3!

A research team led by Associate Professor Wu Jishan (co-PIs: Profs. Loh Kian Ping, Ding Jun, Andrew Wee, Chi Chunyan, Chen Xiaodong; collaborators: Profs. Christian A. Nijhuis, Klaus Müllen, Dongho Kim, Juan Casado, Neil C. Greenham, Kuo-Wei Huang) was funded 10 million S$ for 5 years for their proposed frontier research on synthetic organic spin chemistry, materials and devices.

Department outing to Gardens by the Bay and Annual Dinner at AquaMarine
on 9 Jan 2015

Congratulations to the winners of Department Best Service Support Staff Awards 2014.

Admin Support Staff Ms. Ang Hwee Hiok, Agnes
Admin Support Staff Ms. Linda Janti Oei
Service Support Staff Mr. Gopal Selvarajoo
Service Support Staff Mr. Phua Wei De, Victor
Teaching Lab Support Staff Mr. Lin Hansheng, Gideon
Teaching Lab Support Staff Ms. Ong Bee Hoon, April

The 8th Singapore International Chemistry Conference (SICC-8) 14th - 17th Dec 2014, University Town, NUS

SICC-8, which attracted close to 400 participants, including 180 foreign delegates, was jointly organized by the Department of Chemistry, NUS, and the Singapore National Institute of Chemistry (SNIC). With over 150 oral presentations, including 6 plenary and 16 keynote presentations given by highly-established scientists, and 200 poster presentations, the conference was a huge success with a high level of scientific discourse! Read More

President's Science Award (2014)

Congratulations to our Head of Department - Prof Loh Kian Ping for receiving the President's Science Award (2014) for his outstanding research in graphene chemistry. Read More
Prof Loh Kian Ping also won the National Research Foundation Investigatorship Award.

Building Bonds in Chemistry @ Kyoto

The inaugural International Collaborative and Cooperative Chemistry Symposium (ICCCS) was initiated and organized by NUS chemistry in 2010. This year, ICCCS-5 shifted to Kyoto. Prof Loh Kian Ping, Prof Lu Yixin, A/P Liu Xiaogang, Assist Prof Ang Wee Han, and Assist Prof Zhao Yu attended the symposium, among 40 professors from 8 universities in the region. Many exciting scientific advances in chemical sciences were presented, and the delegates had thoroughly enjoyed scientific interactions, as well as renewed their friendship during the symposium.

Illuminating test measures fat in milk

Prof. Chang Young-Tae’s group reported the first fluorescent milk fat sensor (Chem Comm, 2014, 50, 10398-10410). It exhibits magnificent, yet selective turn-on feature towards fat molecules in complicated milk matrix, through the disaggregation-induced emission mechanism. Further construction of a handy fluorescence milk fat detector provides a convenient rapid tool to measure fat amount quantitatively. This discovery may greatly help enhance the milk quality control process. This work was highlighted in Chemistry World: http://www.rsc.org/chemistryworld/2014/08/milk-fat-fluorescent-probe

 


 

 

 

 

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