"All we have discovered is that it starts with a single individual - always a child - and then spreads explosively, like the formation of crystals round the first nucleus in a saturated solution." Arthur C. Clarke (Childhood's End, 1953)


Inner Harbor

Remsen Hall (main chemistry building)

New Chemistry Building

Inside the New Chemistry Building

Our X-ray Facility

Xcalibur 3 Diffractometer (Oxford Diffraction) and Max Siegler

Xcalibur 3 Diffractometer (Oxford Diffraction)

4-Circle KAPPA Goniometer (Oxford Diffraction)

Cryojet Temperature Controller (Oxford Instruments)

Stereomicroscope Leica MZ7s

Main PC Workstation (running CrysAlisPro)

PC and Linux Workstations

Grad students Katharine Prokop (front) and Alison McQuilken (back)

Alison McQuilken (Grad student)

Ryan Peterson (Grad Student)

Richard Himes (Postdoc)