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Carleton’s Dancing Chemists win Science Magazine contest

It pretty much goes without saying, but Maureen McKeague is involved in some heady research. The PhD candidate is studying how nucleic acids called aptamers bind with specific molecules for a process called homocysteine. Did you get any of that? Continue 

Dancing complex Carleton research

Want to know what Maureen McKeague does for a living? There’s not much point in asking her. The chemistry PhD candidate’s area of research is so specific and complex, describing it to someone who hasn’t spent years learning about DNA is Continue 

Ontario invests $5 million in chemistry ‘super labs’

Students taking a first-year chemistry, organic chemistry or food science and nutrition course this fall will be the first to enter the new “super labs” in the Steacie Building, says George Iwama, dean of the Faculty of Science. He adds that Continue 

Faculty accomplishments

On February 22 Kim Matheson, acting vice-president (research and international) welcomed over 30 people to a Blue Sky meeting on Social Innovation. Attendees included faculty, staff, students and representatives from external organizations such as IBM, the J. W. McConnell Family Foundation, Continue 

Department of Chemistry honours Nobel prize winner Peter Grünberg

The Department of Chemistry, in collaboration with the Office of the President, hosted a plaque unveiling on December 10, 2007 in honour of Dr. Peter Continue 

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