By Kasha Patel (’12), Intern Office of Communications and External Relations Senior chemistry major Tara Seymour (’12) has been dancing since she was 4 years old. She never imagined she would be dancing out the process of DNA replication for a college course until the opportunity arose to participate in Movement and the Molecular, the…
Brad Jones has been appointed as Interim Dean of Graduate Programs in Arts & Sciences for 2012/13. Rebecca Alexander has been appointed as Co-Chair of the URECA Center from July 2012 – June 2015. Uli Bierbach has received an award from the Science Research Fund for his project “Synthesis and evaluation of gold (I)-modified tyrosine…
The Workshop on Electrochemical Energy Storage (sponsored by the Provost’s Office, Chemistry, Physics, and CEES, and featuring Dr. Dominique Guyomard (Institut des MatÃ©riaux Jean Rouxel, Nantes, France)) will take place from Apr. 17-20. Dates, times & locations for workshop sessions are listed in the Google Calendar below.
Rotary Ambassadorial Scholarship for 2012-13 Chemistry minor Grace Wandell was recently selected to receive the Rotary Ambassadorial Scholarship for 2012-13, to participate in the 1-yr Master’s in Global Health program at Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden. Please congratulate Grace if you see her in your class.
Student Storyteller: Art and chemistry By Kasha Patel (’12), Intern Office of Communications and External Relations “Chemistry and the arts are not the same, but there is a relationship. A large part of it is you must try,” said Roald Hoffmann, speaking to a crowded auditorium in the Byrum Welcome Center. Read More
Life Science Fair Event There is a Life Science Fair event which will be held March 6th in Room 401 of the Benson Center from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm. No pre-registration is required and you are cordially welcomed to drop by at your convenience to browse an immense array of new technologies, applications, instrumentation,…
Berry interesting research Sophomore’s work at WFBMC raises questions about immunity power of antioxidants This past summer, Langston completed a Wake Forest Research Fellowship with Dr. Jason Grayson in the Immunology Department at the School of Medicine. He dedicated countless hours in the lab â€” once coming in at 3 a.m. and not leaving until…
Alexander is anything but elemental In July 2007, Rebecca Alexander became an associate professor in the chemistry department. Alexander celebrated and was relieved to receive tenure, but found herself in an interesting position. She had to do a life-check. Read More from the Old Gold and Black
Congratulations to Rebecca Alexander, who received funding from the Office of Research & Sponsored Program’s Science Research Fund for her proposal entitled “Structure probing of negative-strand viral RNA,” for the period Jan. 01 – June 30, 2012.
Ph.D. student overcomes obstacles ” …Â Itâ€™s been an interesting journey for Rockett, as she looks back on what led her to Wake. No one would ever guess that the 5-foot-4 brunette with a charming Southern accent and magnetic smile was homeless after she dropped out of her high school in Marion, N.C., in the…
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