We are blessed this year (on May 2) to have a great opportunity to hear about the cutting edge research done by our chemistry majors. Come support them as they seek the honor of being Distinct in chemistry.
Abdella "Molecular dynamics simulations of calmodulin indicate
structural changes upon oxidation of methionine residues"
C. Sletten "Surface features of the lipid droplet mediate perilipin
Annelise Detlie and Libby Magnuson
"Human Scent Differentiation by Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry
May 2nd, 7:00PM in Regents Hall 390 (THIS IS A CHANGE FROM THE ORIGINAL POSTING!)
can earn up to two seminar credits for attending all the talks on May 2, 2013
Wednesday, April 24, 2013
Tuesday, April 16, 2013
Highlighted in the 11 February 2013 C&EN book reviews, this text brings the periodic table to life for kids. Very broad audiences will enjoy the way Japanese author and artist Yorifuji gives human characteristics to each of the elements. Have fun seeing nitrogen personified floating above a stick of TNT, sporting a beard and mohawk. Clothing, hair and other human forms are used to indicate the elements' most common use and how long humans have known its presence as a named element. Yorifuji is famous for his posters in Tokyo subways that depict bad manners; included in the book is a full-sized poster of the personified periodic table! “Wonderful Life” is translated into English from the original Japanese.
Look for the book at various online outlets or from No Starch Press, Inc.