Three student-teams in the College of Charleston's Chemistry of Alcohol class are vying to have their beers selected as CofC's 250th anniversary brew.
Check out these candid moments from photoshoots for the summer 2019 issue of the College of Charleston magazine.
Utilizing both sides of her brain, Michelle Iannantuono '13 has transitioned from dye chemist to moviemaker.
Two biochemistry majors have received prestigious Goldwater Scholarships, one of the nation's highest honors for undergraduates studying science, technology, engineering or mathematics.
A group of budding scientists got to experience the latest advances in chemistry from some of the brightest minds in the field during a recent meeting of the American Chemical Society.
Chemistry majors Alexandra Schwartz, John Cobb and Alyssa Johnson were among the 240 undergraduates to be honored by the Barry Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in Education Foundation.
When the five professors who make up the Holy City Rollers bowling team get on a roll, you'd better watch out: These guys have real chemistry!
Dr. Ebony J. Hilton '04 has broken barriers and inspired others by becoming the first black female anesthesiologist at the Medical University of South Carolina and serving as a mentor to underprivileged girls.
Renaud Geslain, a molecular biology professor at the College of Charleston, opens up about his hobbies, passions, research, and more in an interview with The College Today.
Tim Barker, an assistant professor of organic chemistry at the College, separates the science from the hype.