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Bryan Shaw Family was featured on NPR on Shaw's PLOS ONE paper
[11/6/2013]
The Bryan Shaw Family was featured on NPR highlighting Bryan's paper on PLOS ONE.
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Top Area Scientists Compare Notes
[3/20/2013]
More than 100 researchers from across the state met at Baylor for a two-day discussion on how collaboration between state scientific organizations can be improved. Truell Hyde, Ph.D., vice provost for research at Baylor and Patrick Farmer, Ph.D., professor and chair of the department of chemistry and biochemistry are interviewed.
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Baylor's Shaw research group sheds light on decade's old mystery in biochemistry
[7/10/2012]
Dr. Bryan F Shaw, Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry along with his research group sheds light on decade's old mystery in biochemistry.
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Pinney/Trawick Patents Issued
[6/13/2012]
Dr. Kevin G Pinney and Dr. Mary Lynn Trawick have two new patents issued.
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Pinney/Trawick Publication
[6/13/2012]
An Amino-Benzosuberene Analogue ThatInhibits Tubulin Assembly and Demonstrates Remarkable Cytotoxicity
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CANCELED - Gooch Stephens Lectures, April 26 & 27, 2012
[4/26/2012]
CANCELED - The Gooch Stephens Lectures have been scheduled for Thursday, April 26th and Friday, April 27. Dr. Peter Schultz from the Scripps Research Institute will be the guest speaker.
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Third Annual FGA Stone Symposium, May 17 & 18, 2012
[5/17/2012]
Third Annual FGA Stone Symposium, May 17 & 18, 2012 in the Baylor Sciences Building.
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Dr. Kevin G Pinney's report to CPRIT
[4/2/2012]
CPRIT grantee Dr. Kevin Pinney at Baylor University describes his work with anticancer agents and their possible effect on tumor blood vessels.
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Baylor Professors Receive $1.46 Million Grant From National Institutes of Health for Cancer Research
[6/18/2010]

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$200,000 Grant to Baylor Researchers
[4/14/2010]
Drs. Kevin Pinney and Mary Lynn Trawick recieve $200,000 grant for cancer research.
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Dr. Nathan Lewis Bio
[1/12/2010]

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Unique Enzyme Could Lead To Novel Antibiotics
[8/27/2007]
Promiscuous transglutaminase in andrimid biosynthesis might yield improved analogs
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ACS Focuses On Biotech For Health In Boston
[8/27/2007]
"BIOTECHNOLOGY for Health & Wellness" was the theme of the 234th ACS National Meeting & Exposition held in Boston. More than half of the ACS technical divisions cooperated to present 50 symposia in support of this theme.
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New Reporting Cycle
[12/22/2005]
Chemical makers must supply production data to EPA every five years, rather than every four years
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Cleaning Up Wastewater Magnetically
[12/22/2005]
New process, now in pilot-scale experiments, could cut wastewater treatment costs
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Membranes For Gas Separation
[10/3/2005]
Advanced organic and inorganic materials being developed for separations offer cost benefits for environmental and energy-related processes
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Fusion of Image and Verse
[10/4/2005]
Multimedia and haiku celebration of the elements premiers in Washington, D.C.
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Board, Council Act In Washington, D.C.
[10/3/2005]
Board approves major new funding for chemistry.org, other society projects
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New Chemistry Grads In 2004
[9/25/2005]
No big surprises in the 2003-04 class; the number of degrees was close to long-term levels
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ACS Honors Heroes Of Chemistry 2005
[9/25/2005]
Chemists accept awards for developments that have helped people and the environment
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National Academies Announces 2005 winners
[2/7/2005]
Four chemists are among the 17 award winners announced this week by the National Academy of Sciences for outstanding scientific achievement. NAS will officially recognize the awardees on May 2 in Washington, D.C., during its 142nd annual meeting.
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Scholars Day to Feature Nobel Laureate, Dr. Carl Wieman
[2/1/2005]
The 2005 keynote speaker during Scholars Day will be Dr. Carl Wieman, Nobel Laureate and Professor of Physics, JILA at the Universisty of Colorado at Boulder. He won the 2001 Nobel Prize in Physics for his work in Bose-Einstein Condensation. For more information, please click here.
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Team Tackles Water Contamination Issue
[2/23/2005]
Baylor environmental studies professor Dr. Peter van Walsum heads a project sponsored by the 3M Foundation that might solve controversy between dairymen and Waco residents who have placed blame on Central Texas dairy farmers for the city's water quality problems.
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E. Ann Nalley is president-elect of the American Chemical Society for 2005
[1/7/2005]
Dr. E. Ann Nalley of the Wichita Falls-Duncan Section, has been voted president-elect for 2005. Dr. Nalley will serve as ACS president in 2006 and as a member of the ACS Board of Directors from 2005 to 2007.
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Baylor University Chosen To Participate In National Science Education Experiment
[12/17/2009]
Baylor University has been chosen by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) to join the Science Education Alliance, which will engage Baylor students in scientific discovery on a national scale.
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Baylor Professors Receive $1.46 Million Grant From National Institutes of Health for Cancer Research
[6/18/2010]

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Baylor Programs Ranked in U.S. News Grad School Survey
[4/26/2010]
Baylor University graduate programs in business, law, the sciences, education and health disciplines were among those nationally ranked in the 2011 edition of "America's Best Graduate Schools," which are available in the May 2010 edition of U.S.News & World Report magazine.
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How does Baylor as a research institution serve as an engine of economic development and enhance the economic vitality of Waco and central Texas?
[6/17/2009]
Research universities have long been recognized as drivers for local and regional economic development. Although university research and development play primary roles, often overlooked are the other things a research university brings to the table
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Cataloging Compounds
[6/17/2009]
associate professor of chemistry and biochemistry is researching and cataloging a wealth of knowledge on enzymes and compounds. Some of them may lead to new breakthroughs in the treatment of pervasive disease and opportunities for valuable collaborations with industrial partners in the health care sector of the economy.
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A Chemical Communication
[6/17/2009]
Dr. Myeongwoo Lee and his team of graduate and undergraduate students are spending their time studying fertility - specifically how ovulation occurs by researching how the ovaries know when to release a mature egg.
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The Art of Medicine
[9/28/2009]
The medical humanities program draws from philosophy and literature to help students understand the nature of illness and suffering from the patient's standpoint.
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Stone Symposium to honor professor's distinguished career
[5/3/2010]
In honor of the distinguished career of Dr. F. Gordon A. Stone, the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry will host a symposium with seminars presented by many prominent speakers and a dinner. The two-day, all-day symposium will be held from May 27-28 in Room E125 of the Baylor Sciences Building.
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