Chemistry and Biochemistry
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Due to COVID-19, we are practicing social-distancing.
Until further notice, The Chemistry and Biochemistry Department Office will be working remotely.
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Two more great publications by Dr. Mogul!
Dr. Rakesh Mogul expands upon the enzymology and ecology of soil catalasas through developement and application of a simple kinetic model and field-amenable assay based upon volume displacement. In this article, "Simple kinetics, assay, and trends for soil microbial catalases" with the website, ScienceDirect.
Dr. Rakesh Mogul describes a simple procedure for quantifying endospore abundances in ancient and organic-rich permafrost. In this article, "Quantification of endospores in ancient permafrost using time -resolved terbium luminescence" with the website, ScienceDirect.
In Memoriam: Ernie Simpson
You will be deeply missed Professor Emeritus Ernie Simpson!
Desiree Tax - College of Science Spring 2020 Staff Awardee
Our very own Chemistry Technician, Desiree Tax, was named the College of Science Spring 2020 Staff Awardee. Thank you for your dedication to the Chemistry department and all your hard work. Congratulations Desiree!
Some more great research work from Dr. Mogul!
Dr. Rakesh Mogul discusses the "discovery of phosphine clouds on Venus and what the future exploration of Venus could look like" in the article "What the future of Venus exploration could look like following major discovery" with the website, The Verge.
Congratulations on your recently published paper!!
A big collaboration within the Chemistry Department (Dr. Chantal Stieber, Dr. Kathryn McCulloch, Dr. Gregory Barding, Dr. Yan Liu, Master's student Jacob Brannon and undergraduate student Isaac Ramirez) just published the paper "Teaching Crystallography by Determining Small Molecule Structures and 3-D Printing: An Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory Module". Congratulations to all of you!!
Congratulations Dr. Mogul!
You will want to watch Dr. Mogul's interview "Countdown to Mars" with the Astrobiology Program at NASA!
Chemistry faculty are equipped to lead in virtual learning!
Several of our Chemistry faculty signed on to learn how to make video tutorials in preparation for virtual learning. Dr. Yan Liu, Dr. Alex John and Dr. Jodye Selco are now all equipped and ready to lead.
Congratulations to Dr. Alex John and his group!!
On having one of thier recent articles published online. Three of our very own CPP Chemistry Major undergratudate students contributed to this article; Israel Silva Jr, Timothy C. Siu and Maiko Lunn.
Welcome to Dr. Mahendran Adaickapillai!!
Our newest member of Chemistry and Biochemistry. Dr. Adaickapillai will begin teaching Organic Chemistry in Fall 2020.
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