Singlet oxygen is produced from brown carbon-containing cooking organic aerosols (BrCOA) under indoor lighting†

A feast cooked up by UBC researchers has revealed singlet oxygen indoors for the first time.


Jul 25 2024 - 1:00pm to 4:00pm
Behrad Saeedi Saghez
UBC Chemistry (Orvig & MacFarlane Groups)
Jul 29 2024 - 10:00am to 1:00pm
Samantha Pritchard
UBC Chemistry (Rojas Group)
Jul 30 2024 - 2:00pm to 3:00pm
Dr. Sarah A. Styler
Department of Chemistry & Chemical Biology, McMaster University


Chemists Synthesize an Improved Building Block for Medicines

Chemists have overcome a major hurdle in synthesizing a more stable form of heterocycle—a family of organic compounds that are a common component of most modern pharmaceuticals.

The research, which could expand the toolkit available to...

Chemistry Welcomes Dr. Laurel Schafer as New Head

The Department of Chemistry is pleased to announce Dr. Laurel Schafer as our new Head. Dr. Schafer’s research group develops...