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A recent news article in Nature highlights bacterial communication and has quotes from Professor Sintim

Scientists are now taking a more sophisticated approach to the problem of bacterial infections by inhibiting bacterial communication. Herman Sintim, a chemical biologist in the department, highlights the proble
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Giant Global “Chimney” Could Alter Climate Change

Understanding how ocean gases are pumped into the upper atmosphere could help predict and even regulate our future world environment
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The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry is accepting applications for Teaching Assistantship (T.A) positions

Click here to visit our secure online application system and submit your application form for Fall 2014
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Alumnus Willie May becomes NIST acting director

Dr. Willie E. May, alumnus and a member of the Committee of Distinguished Advisors officially takes over as acting director of NIST on June 13.
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Come Out of Your Shell Campaign

The Office of the Vice President for Research is conducting a survey of all campus research personnel in an attempt to identify resources and added ways we can support a culture of safety.
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Michael Mandler has been named a Goldwater Scholar

Chemistry and Biological Science double major, Michael Mandler has been awarded a scholarship by the Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in Education Foundation