Our Chemistry Seminar continues this Friday, with Professor Hee Yeon Cho from Loyola University! She will be talking about Transition-Metal Catalyzed Carbon-Heteroatom (C-X) Bond Formation, a very important topic for a variety of chemistry fields. See the flier below for an abstract of the talk. We hope to see you all there, everyone is welcome. The Seminar will be in McGowan South 103 from 1-3 pm on Friday February 23.
In light of the predicted overnight snow (5-8″ according to most info we’ve seen), we have decided the postpone the seminar for tomorrow in case interested students, faculty and our guest have difficulty getting to campus. For example, students and faculty might need to stay home with their children if their schools close (and some local schools are closing).
Stay tuned for a new date!
As far as we know, DePaul will be open and running as usual tomorrow. It’s Chicago winter weather! Check your email and D2L sites for any class-specific information. That said, be safe tomorrow if you have to drive.
-Dept of Chemistry and Biochemistry
This Friday, the seminar from 1-2 pm in McGowan South 103 will be a research presentation from Prof. James Devery from Loyola University. The seminar will be a very interesting report about Dr. Devery’s studies of catalytic synthesis relevant to complex organic molecules. All are welcome to come see it!
Hi from the DePaul Chemistry Club!
We are reviving Chem Club and looking for members! As a club, our mission is to bring awareness of and a greater appreciation for the wonders of chemistry. We also hope to encourage and support those who wish to broaden their knowledge of chemistry.
All DePaul students interested in chemistry are open to join our organization, not only chem majors or minors! If you like chemistry, think it’s cool, or want to learn more, please check us out.
Our first meeting is planned for Wednesday, January 24 at 6:00 in McGowan South, 104. If you’d like to join us or have questions, please email us at email@example.com.
We hope to see you the 24th!
Our 2nd installment of the 2018 Chemistry Seminar series is this Friday from 1-2 pm in McGowan South 103. Amanda East, a student in Dr. Karver’s research lab, will be giving her undergradate CHE398 Thesis Defense. We are excited to hear about all of the work she has done and what she has learned!
We look forward to seeing you all there!
We are very very excited for the start of our new bi-weekly Chemistry Seminar Series, organized by Dr. Charles Rubert Perez! Presentations will be made by professors from DePaul and other universities, as well as by students who are defending their theses. The first seminar will be a crash-course on Cryo-EM, the powerful technique that was central to the 2017 Nobel Prize in Chemistry.
TEM is a powerful technique capable of taking images of biological samples at the micro and nano-level scale. With the development of cryogenic sample preparation and molecular modeling software, this method can now elucidate structural information with low armstrong resolution, similar to x-ray crystallography. This talk will cover a short introduction on cryo-TEM and how it works, highlighting the contribution of Dr. Frank, Dr. Dubochet and Dr. Henderson, the winners of the 2017 Nobel Prize in Chemistry.
Here’s a facebook event for the seminar to share with your friends.
The next seminar will be Jan 26th, where a CHE398 Undergraduate thesis defense will be presented. We’ll post the title and info for that seminar when it gets closer.
Following that, we will have guest seminars from Loyola professors on Feb 9 and 23rd, all in McGowan South 103 at 1 pm. Put the dates on your calendar!
Drs. Kyle Grice (Chemistry) and Jason Bystriansky (Biology) are running their study abroad program this coming spring and summer. If you want to learn more, come to the infosession on January 11th from 6-7pm in McGowan South 104. Applications to the program are due by February 1st through the Study Abroad Website.