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November 17, 2017

Physical Chemistry Seminar – Josh Vura-Weis, November 20th

November 15, 2017

Organic/Inorganic Seminar – Lisa Olshansky, November 17th

November 10, 2017

Physical Chemistry Seminar – Philippe Guyot-Sionnest, November 13th

November 9, 2017

Check out the 2017 UO Chemistry and Biochemistry Newsletter!

November 8, 2017

Dissertation Defense – Luke Wheeler, November 14th

Good luck to Luke Wheeler as he defends his thesis for his PhD in Chemistry!

Tuesday, November 14, 2017
11:30 AM in 220 Deschutes

The title of his thesis is: “The Evolution of Metal and Peptide Binding in the S100 Protein Family.”

After finishing at the UO, Luke will be heading to the University of Colorado Boulder for a postdoctoral position in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology.

November 6, 2017

Surprise Result from Harms Lab Experiment May Help Explain a Protein Puzzle

This illustration shows predicted evolutionary routes for different proteins. Blue paths are falsely predicted as accessible, red paths are falsely predicted as inaccessible.Using computer simulations, UO Biochemist Mike Harms and graduate researcher Zach Sailer thought that they could manipulate a protein one mutation at a time and predict its evolution. They failed, but the team harvested information that may be useful for understanding problems such as antibiotic resistance.

Read the full article in AroundtheO

Physical Chemistry Seminar – Anthony Dutoi, November 6th

November 3, 2017

1st Annual Sustainable Invention Immersion Week

The Phil and Penny Knight Campus for Accelerating Scientific Impact may not have broken ground yet, but its impact got a jump start by sponsoring five, $500 Knight Campus Student Innovation Fellowships for underrepresented students in STEM disciplines who participated in the Sustainable Invention workshop that kicked off the 2017-18 academic year.

The week-long workshop, titled Sustainable Invention Immersion Week, took place September 10-15th at 942 Olive Street, the UO’s innovation hub in downtown Eugene. Participating students had the opportunity to learn from experts in design, business, chemistry and communication as they worked in interdisciplinary teams to create their own green product over the course of the event. The teams then pitched their product ideas to win funding to move their idea forward. Awards were given for the top four product ideas.

The five Innovation Fellowship recipients were Genevieve Dorrell (undergrad, biochemistry), Carl Hartzell (post bac, physics), Ruth Maust (graduate student, chemistry), Makenna Pennel (undergrad, chemistry, honors college) and Pallavi Webb (undergrad, CIS). The fellowship funds could be used to offset academic expenses such as tuition, books, school supplies and travel to scientific meetings.

Photo Julie Haack

Julie Haack

The workshop was organized by professor Julie Haack, the assistant department head of the UO’s Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, and Kate Harmon, the undergraduate program manager and management instructor at the Lundquist Center for Entrepreneurship.  Their goal is for Sustainable Invention Immersion Week to become an annual event, with a changing theme that will be tied to what’s happening at the Knight Campus.

Read more in AroundtheO or visit the event website:  http://www.sustainableinvention.com

October 31, 2017

Organic/Inorganic Seminar – Michelle Dolgos, November 3rd

Upcoming Defense – Marco Esters, November 7th

Good luck to Marco Esters as he defends his thesis for his  PhD in Chemistry!

Tuesday, November 7, 2017
10:30 AM – Klamath 331

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