News & Events
  • March 24, 2014

    UW Receives Major Foundation Grant to Support Research

    The Washington Research Foundation has committed approximately $30 million to four programs at UW to support research and innovation. Among the recipients are the Institute for Protein Design and the Clean Energy Institute, both MolES-related research groups. Read more from Benjamin Romano at Xconomy…

  • February 27, 2014

    Nanolytica Symposium – March 14, 2014

    Nanolytica Symposium – March 14, 2014 – Vancouver Canada Nanolytica 2014, organized in partnership with Simon Fraser University, NSERC and 4D Labs is the ideal forum for learning about the latest technological advances and analytical techniques available in the research area of nanotechnology and advanced materials. Dr. Yapp from BC Cancer agency will be speaking… Read More…

  • February 24, 2014

    One day symposium – “Biomaterials at Work: The global treatment of disease”

    The UW Society for Biomaterials Club is pleased to host the one day symposium  “Biomaterials at Work: The global treatment of disease” on April 11, 2014. This is a full-day event, featuring our Keynote speaker, Dr. Cato Laurencin, and other top professors and physicians throughout the Northwest who will speak about their work and future directions… Read More…

  • February 18, 2014

    Matthew Bush Named Sloan Fellow

    Congratulations to MolES faculty member and Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Matthew Bush, who was just selected as a 2014 Sloan Fellow. From UW Today: February 18, 2014   Chemistry’s Matthew Bush named Sloan fellow Sandra Hines News and Information   Matthew Bush, University of Washington assistant professor of chemistry, has been selected as one of… Read More…

  • February 7, 2014

    NaMESA Career Talk – “Toxicology, It is not just an Adventure”- Feb 11th (Tuesday), 4:30 PM

    Dr. Michael V. Templin - “Toxicology, It is not just an adventure…”.  Refreshments will be provided.  Location: MoLES 315 Date & Time: February 11th, Tuesday, 4:30 PM Speaker: Dr. Michael V. Templin, PhD, DABT, SNBL USA     Mike Templin completed under graduate (BS Pharmacy) and graduate (PhD Pharmacology/Toxicology) degrees at Washington State University. His graduate work involved research on the mechanisms… Read More…