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EBCC Featured in Emory News

The Emory Biotech Consulting Club, founded by members of the Wuest Lab and supported in part by Dennis Liotta, is featured in a recent Emory News report. The article includes quotes from Henry Zecca (Jui Group) and Bill Wuest. Young Emory scientists wanted a taste of what biotech business careers might be like. So they…Continue readingEBCC Featured in Emory News

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Consulting club gives students rapid intro to biotech business

A new club developed in chemistry and supported by the Laney Graduate School offers unique opportunities for graduate scholars and postdoc interested in biotech consulting careers.Continue readingConsulting club gives students rapid intro to biotech business

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Research

April research round up

July 2019 publications from the Emory University Department of Chemistry.Continue readingApril research round up

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Applying 411

How is applying to graduate school different from applying to undergrad?

“Applying 411” is a special blog series about applying to graduate school in chemistry–at Emory and in general. The goal of this series is to demystify the process and help applicants feel confident as they seek a home for their graduate studies.Continue readingHow is applying to graduate school different from applying to undergrad?

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Emory Report

Four Emory College juniors win elite Goldwater Scholarship for math, science research

Emory College chemistry majors Austin Lai and Liz Enyenihi are among the four juniors selected as 2019 Goldwater Scholars.Continue readingFour Emory College juniors win elite Goldwater Scholarship for math, science research

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Community

I’m a chemist and… (vol. 3)

Emory chemists do amazing things both inside and outside of the lab.Continue readingI’m a chemist and… (vol. 3)

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Applying 411

Understanding teaching opportunities during graduate school

“Applying 411” is a special blog series about applying to graduate school in chemistry–at Emory and in general. The goal of this series is to demystify the process and help applicants feel confident as they seek a home for their graduate studies.Continue readingUnderstanding teaching opportunities during graduate school

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Chemistry celebrates four NSF GRFP awards and four honorable mentions

The Department of Chemistry is celebrating four NSF Graduate Research Fellowship awards and four honorable mentions in the 2019 competition.Continue readingChemistry celebrates four NSF GRFP awards and four honorable mentions

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Atlanta Science Festival: 2019 recap

Each year, the Emory University Department of Chemistry participates in the Atlanta Science Festival. This year, we hosted the Chemistry Carnival, an event to share about some of the amazing research taking place in our department through carnival games and fun activities. Children enjoyed playing games like Peptide Jenga and Bacterial Telepathy, while also learning…Continue readingAtlanta Science Festival: 2019 recap

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Research

Dunham lab paper selected as editor’s pick

The Dunham Lab recent paper in the Journal of Biological Chemistry has been named an Editor’s Pick. The paper, “Importance of a tRNA anticodon loop modification and a conserved, noncanonical anticodon stem pairing in tRNACGGPro for decoding” is also the first paper for graduate research Ha An Nguyen who is featured in an author profile.…Continue readingDunham lab paper selected as editor’s pick

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Catalyzing advocacy in science and engineering

Chemistry graduate scholar Gokul Raghunath and colleague Lyndie Wood report on their experience at the AAAS Catalyzing Advocacy in Science and Engineering workshop.Continue readingCatalyzing advocacy in science and engineering

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Suk Cho thrives “living life to the fullest”

Graduate alum Suk Cho discusses research, industry, nutrition and “living life to the fullest.”Continue readingSuk Cho thrives “living life to the fullest”