SUNY-Oneonta Noyce Scholars in Science Education Program
Prepare, place and support qualified
science teachers in high need rural and urban schools. Noyce Scholars receive scholarships
of at least $20,000 (Planned) for tuition, fees, books, on-campus living expenses, etc. for their Junior and Senior years! Scholarship recipients must commit
to teach science in high needs rural or urban schools for 4-years.
The Chemistry of a Tragedy: A Laboratory Activity that Explains How Melamine-Contaminated Food Kills
Students use computational software to visualize the molecules and examine the balance of forces that result in insoluble complex formation. It is hoped that this project will enhance students' ability to connect microscopic chemical phenomena to macroscopic consequences.
Meet Irene - SUNY Oneonta's Computational Chemistry Server
Today, scientists can gain valuable insight from digital models and calculations for multi-atom systems. These techniques have gained increasing prominence in the chemical profession, and computational chemistry is now considered a separate branch, alongside observational, experimental, and theoretical chemistry.
BLONDES 2009-2010 Green Chemistry Projects
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Our research group (BLONDES: Building a Legacy of Outstanding New Developments and Excellence in Science) recently pioneered an innovative "green" method for synthesizing imines.
Secondary Structural Analysis of the CGI-112 Protein
Comparative gene identification isolate 112 (CGI-112) is a recently discovered human gene that encodes for a protein of unknown structure and function. Although the gene’s proximal location and shared regulation with cytochrome oxidase originally suggested a potential role in mitochondrial electron transport, more recent studies have shown that CGI-112 may be involved in proteolysis or interact with the tetratricopeptide-repeat protein (TTC35), which implies an involvement in programmed cell death, cell division, and intracellular transport. Protein structure is one of the primary determinants of function.
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