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ISSNAF AWARD LAUREATE - MARTA CERRUTI
McGill University

ISSNAF AWARD LAUREATE - MARTA CERRUTI

Category: Physics, Astrophysics, Chemistry, Mathematics Marta Cerruti (McGill University, Materials Engineering) received the 2014 ISSNAF Award for Young Investigators for the research entitled "Bio-synthetic interface design for tissue ... McGill University, 1 day ago

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Advances in Mathematical Chemistry volume 1

Advances in Mathematical Chemistry and Applications, Volume 1 highlights the emerging discipline of mathematical chemistry, or, more precisely, discrete mathematical chemistry. This volume is written by internationally renowned experts in the ...
 Research and Markets2 days ago Biomedical Applications of Supramolecular Systems Based on HostGuest Interactions  Chemical Reviews6 days ago A large-scale superhydrophobic surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) platform fabricated via capillary force lithography and assembly of Ag nanocubes for ultratrace molecular sensing  RSC3 weeks ago
Sydney Morning Herald

Awkward chemistry: Beauty & Geek win

In a week of finales, perhaps no finale was more finale-y than the finale of Beauty and the Geek, the show which proves that even if you're smart and ugly, or beautiful and stupid, you can still be laughed at for your flaws on national television.
 Sydney Morning Herald1 day ago Awkward chemistry on Beauty & Geek  Sydney Morning Herald23 hours ago Geek finale gets awks  Melbourne Age22 hours ago Beauty and the Geek finale: The winners celebrate just prior to never seeing each other again  WA Today1 day ago
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CSIR-IICT ropes in global & Indian centres to research complex molecules from natural sources to screen diseases

Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, Indian Institute of Chemical Technology (CSIR-IICT), Hyderabad engaged in the synthesis of complex molecules from natural sources is in sync with the global research going on in leading organic ...
 PharmaBiz3 days ago

Brain chemicals and how they influence our behavior

While gravity is a force one cannot defy, there are ways to neutralize, if not slow down, its effect on youthfulness. You can become proactive in your age-defying feats. It begins in the brain. We need to keep the brain young. Here's why: New ...
 Philippine Daily Inquirer4 days ago
Asian Scientist

Anna Edwards: Wising Up About Women in STEM

How do we get one million more women to enter the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) workforce in the next 30 years? That was the question I posed to a panel of industry experts at a women in science, technology and engineering ...
 Huffington Post UK1 week ago Shining a Light on Women Leaders in the Power Industry  Power Engineering1 week ago Engineering a great future for young Australian women  Engineers Australia2 weeks ago Women In STEM Go WEST  Asian Scientist2 weeks ago

ARROWS initiative launches at BU, sheds light on inequality in STEM fields

Guest speaker Professor Kathryn Uhrich of the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology and Dean of Math and Physical Sciences at Rutgers University speaks at an event introducing ARROWS to the Boston University community, an umbrella initiative ...
 Individual.com1 week ago
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Student Research on Gold Nanostructures Wins Top Honors at Siemens Competition

Months of dedication and hard work in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) paid off tonight for three students named National Finalists in the Siemens Competition in Math, Science & Technology, the nation's premier research ...
 Azonano1 week ago Maryland and New Jersey High School Scientists Win Regional Siemens Competition at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology  Citybizlist1 week ago Ball State looks to education for STEM advancement  Individual.com2 weeks ago Wanted: Students to Study STEM  AgWeb.com2 weeks ago
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Worried about a zombie plague? Mathematics might help prepare you

Have you ever wondered if the human race could survive a zombie invasion? University of Ottawa mathematics professor Robert Smith? (the punctuation mark is part of Smith?'s last name) thinks about it all the time, and encourages his students to ...
 CTV News3 weeks ago
PBS

8 things you didn't know about Alan Turing

Alan Turing and colleagues working on the Ferranti Mark I Computer, 1951. Photo by SSPL/ An English mathematician, logician and cryptographer, Alan Turing was responsible for breaking the Nazi Enigma code during World War II. His work gave the ...
 PBS5 hours ago
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