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Many Experiments: Muratore Leads Amino Acid Research

Chemistry prof researches amino acid sequences; student researchers assist in computer programming and lab work.



Chemistry prof Abigail Miller devises laser spectroscopy techniques for protein assays valued in medical research.


Chemistry Professor Examines Medical Uses of Metals

At AU, new chemistry faculty member Matt Hartings hopes to continue previous research on the uses of metals in medicine.


Chemistry Professor Lands Grant

Chemistry professor Kathryn Muratore receives a $44,993 grant from the Research Corporation for Science Advancement.


Girard's Franklin Fellowship Focuses on Sustainability

Chemistry professor is working at the State Department this year.


Girard Named 2009 Franklin Fellow

Chemistry professor will serve as a science advisor to the U.S. Department of State. 

Student Earns National Award

Beck was one of four participants to receive a Student Poster Competition Superior Award in chemistry.


Professor, Students Take on Resistant Bacteria

Konaklieva and students, work on developing enzyme inhibitors that will prohibit or kill resistant bacteria.


Professor Aids Environment, Wins National Attention

Department of Chemistry professor, Douglas Fox, research involves the development and use of green alternatives to traditional solvents and flame retardants.


Green Alternative Garners Prestigious Research Grant

Chemistry prof Douglas Fox receives grant towards eco-friendly research.


Alum Transforms Adversity into Altruism

Chemistry alumna Batul Al-Zubeidy overcomes adversity to help others.

Fox Tackling Greener Flame Retardants

Chemistry professor Douglas Fox wants to make a greener flame retardant for plastic.

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