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A Potentially Life-Saving Protein Takes Shape

A tiny protein called ubiquitin may hold the key to treatment for a variety of diseases from Parkinson’s to diabetes.
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Dr. Catherine Fenselau included in list of the Top 25 Women Professors in Maryland

She was recognized for her research to detect, characterize, and differentiate microorganisms, particularly in the arena of homeland security, counterterrorism and counter-proliferation programs, and food safet
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Major volcanic eruptions may have considerably smaller effect on global climate than commonly thought

Ross Salawitch’s group in the Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry has published an article in Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics that suggests major volcanic eruptions have considerably smaller effect o
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Chemathon 2013 Results

You can see all of the participating and winning teams on the Chemathon website.  It was another great Chemathon!
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Millard Alexander has published a perspective article in Nature Chemistry

The article in the News and Views section, April edition is entitled “OH electron, where art thou?”
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Lyle Isaacs and Jeffery Davis and Amar Flood (Indiana University) are co-organizers of the ISMSC-8

The  International Symposium on Macrocyclic and Supramolecular Chemistry ( ISMSC-8) will be held July 7-11 2013 in Washington, DC.