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2016 Porter Medal Winner
I-APS is delighted to announce Professor Frederick D. Lewis of Northwestern University as the Porter Medalist for 2016. Fred has been a leading figure in the field of organic photochemistry for more than four decades.

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Photochemistry Job Board

The following photochemistry job opportunities are being provided for informational purposes only.  Click each to see a full description and application information.

Universidade de São PauloProject: RIDC Redox processes in biomedicine - Redoxoma [more]

Universidade de São Paulo:  Post-doctoral fellowship through Department of Biochemistry, Institute of Chemistry, USP, Brazil.  Project title: Biomarkers of redox misbalance induced by UVA and VIS radiation on XPC fibroblasts and melanocytes.  [more]

Rutgers University: A physical chemistry postdoctoral position is available in the Department of Chemistry [more]

Georgia Southern UniversityThe Department of Chemistry in the College of Science and Mathematics invites nominations and applications for the position of Assistant Professor of Chemistry, in the area of environmental chemistry. [more]

University of Nebraska-LincolnThe Department of Biochemistry seeks applications for a tenure-leading position in biochemistry education at the Assistant or Associate Professor level. [more]


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