5. News

 

 

Key Building Block of Life may have come from Deep Space

 

 

 

Up in Flames : Evidence Confirms Combustion Theory

 

 

Formation of PAHs in Extreme Environments

 

 

CEN PICKS – 246th ACS National Meeting Indianapolis, 2013

 

 

 

UH Mānoa and UC Berkeley Researcher Discover Formation Route to Dipeptides in Comets

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ACS Establishes Astrochemistry Subdivision

CEN November 26, 2012

 

 

Mānoa Researchers Discover Novel Chemical Route to Form Organic Molecules

This research has been supported by the US Department of Energy (DOE-BES).
DOE-BES

 

 

$ 1.2 M Grant: Tool Will Replicate Chemistry in Space
The research is supported by the W.M. Keck Foundation
W.M. Keck Foundation
Star Bulletin

 

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PCCP, 13, 15766-15773 (2011) 
This research has been supported by UH Astrobiology Institute

UH Astrobiology Institute

 

Peering into Titan’s Haze

  Unraveling the Chemistry of Titan's Atmosphere          

Precursors to Titan’s Smog

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106, 16078-16083 (2009)

  This research has been supported by NSF
NSF-Chemistry

 

 

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JPCA, 113, 11167-11173 (2009) 
This research has been supported by NSF

NSF-Chemistry

 

 

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PCCP, 11, 4707-4714 (2009) 
This research has been supported by NSF

NSF-Chemistry

 

 

 
UH Board of Regents approved naming of  W.M. Keck Research Laboratory in Astrochemistry

 

 

$ 8 M Grant:  UH NASA Astrobiology Institute
This research is supported by NASA
UH NAI

 

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Chem.Phys. Lett 465, 1-9 (2008)
This research has been supported by AFOSR and the UH Astrobiology Institute

AFOSR
UH NAI

 

 

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PCCP, 9, 1972-1979 (2007)

This research has been supported by the US Department of Energy (DOE-BES).
DOE-BES

 

 

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Geochemistry 67, 253-282 (2007)

This research has been supported by the UH Astrobiology Institute
UH Astrobiology Institute

 

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$ 2.4 M Grant: UH-led researchers to study chemistry of Saturn's moon
The research is supported by the National Science Foundation, Collaborative Research in Chemistry
NSF-Chemistry
Star Bulletin

 

 

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PCCP, 8, 5454-5461 (2006)

The research has been supported by the Chemistry Division of the National Science Foundation
NSF-Chemistry

 

 

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Chem Phys Chem, 7, 2441-2443 (2006)

The research has been supported by the Air Force Office of Scientific Research
The Air Force Office of Scientific Research

 

 

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J. Phys. Chem A 110 (7)  (2006)
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J. Phys. Chem A 110 (19)  (2006)

This research has been supported by the US Department of Energy (DOE-BES).
DOE-BES

 

 

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American Institute of Physics

The research has been supported by the Chemistry Division of the National Science Foundation
NSF-Chemistry

 

 

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Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 7 (2005)

This research has been supported by the UH Astrobiology Institute
UH Astrobiology Institute

 

 

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Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 6 (2004)

This research has been supported by the UH Astrobiology Institute
UH Astrobiology Institute

 


Chemistry World 1, 15 (2004)
'An Icy Atmosphere'

This research has been supported by the UH Astrobiology Institute
UH Astrobiology Institute

 


Aloha to Space Chemistry
Chemical & Engineering News, November 22 (2004)

The educational outreach has been supported by the Chemistry Division of the National Science Foundation
NSF-Chemistry

 

 

"New Program at The University of Hawai'i"
American Astronomical Society Newsletter
115, 14 (2003)

The educational outreach has been supported by the Chemistry Division of the National Science Foundation
NSF-Chemistry



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