We are studying topics in organic and bio-organic chemistry and materials science with modern theoretical methods and in combination with laboratory experimentation. Several projects are pursued in collaboration with groups elsewhere in the US, in Europe and in Japan creating opportunities for student exchanges. The interdisciplinary approach to pertinent problems exposes students to a broad spectrum of diverse techniques and provides a unique preparation for careers in modern research areas positioned at the interphases between the classical disciplines.
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"There are times when the shortest route to the new
is a determined attempt to understand what is known."
Paul D. Bartlett in "The Scientific Work of Saul Winstein" J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1972, 94, 2161.
Curiosity Above All
Boldness in Approach
Discipline in Conclusion
Glaser Group Folklore
Glaser Group Meetings
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My favorite molecule!
Donut Protein, Hexane, GVFs
"We know accurately only when we know little;
with knowledge doubt increases."
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
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