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2007

  • December

  • November

  • June

    • Dr. Yen Wei has Published his 384th Scientific Paper

      June 11, 2007

      Dr. Yen Wei, Herman B. Wagner Professor of Chemistry and the Director of the Drexel Center for Advanced Polymers and Materials Chemistry, has his 384th scientific paper: Shuxi Li (Drexel Chemistry), Apoorva Shah (Triton Systems, Inc.), Alex J. Hsieh (Army Research Lab and MIT), Ross Haghighat (Triton Systems, Inc.), S. Solomon Praveen (Drexel Chemistry), Indraneil Mukherjee (Drexel Chemistry), Elizabeth Wei (Drexel Chemistry), Zongtao Zhang (Drexel Chemistry), and Yen Wei (Drexel Chemistry) on "Characterization of poly(2-hydroxyethyl methacrylate - silica) hybrid materials with different silica contents", published online in May 2007 by a prestigious peer-reviewed journal, Polymer.

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    • Congratulations to Dr. Daniel King

      June 11, 2007

      A well-deserved congratulations to Dr. Daniel King, co-winner of the 2007 Allan Rothwarf Award for Teaching Excellence, which is awarded to faculty at the junior level. The award was presented at the 2007 Faculty Recognition Dinner which was held on Wednesday, May 30, 2007.

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    • Congratulations to Mr. William Erb, the recipient of the 2007 American Institute of Chemists Graduate Achievement Award.

      June 11, 2007

      Congratulations to Mr. William Erb, who is the recipient of the 2007 American Institute of Chemists Graduate Achievement Award. The awardee is selected by the department on the basis of both their academic record and demonstrated accomplishments in research, teaching, and service to the department.

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  • May

  • April

    • Social Networking Anyone?

      April 30, 2007

      Nature's science and technology blog Nascent just did a review of activities on Nature Island in Second Life. Dr. Jean-Claude Bradley has developed an area on Nature Island where his organic chemistry undergraduate students can take quizzes and where his group's research (UsefulChem project) is posted.

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    • Dr. Jean-Claude Bradley

      April 02, 2007

      An interview with Dr. Jean-Claude Bradley, Associate Professor of chemistry, was published in a MarketPlace.com story on March 28, 2007, about open-source science.

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  • March

    • Open Source/Open Notebook Science

      March 11, 2007

      Dr. Jean-Claude Bradley will be giving a talk and participating in a panel about Open Source/Open Notebook Science on April 17, 2007 at the Chemical Heritage Foundation in Philadelphia.

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  • February

    • Dr. Jean-Claude Bradley Hosts Open Notebook Session

      February 05, 2007

      As read in the February 1, 2007 Drexelink... Dr. Jean-Claude Bradley, e-Learning Coordinator for the College of Arts & Sciences and Associate Professor of Chemistry, hosted the Open Notebook Science Session at the Science Blogging Conference at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.

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  • January

    • Dr. Yen Wei Delivered an Invited Lecture on "Nanostructured Materials Platforms for Biocatalysis, Drug Release, Neurological Diseases, Dentistry, and Tissue Engineering"

      January 29, 2007

      Dr. Yen Wei, Herman B. Wagner Professor of Polymers and Materials Chemistry and Director of the Center for Advanced Polymers and Materials Chemistry, delivered an invited lecture on "Nanostructured Materials Platforms for Biocatalysis, Drug Release, Neurological Diseases, Dentistry, and Tissue Engineering" in the Department of Chemistry at Rutgers University, Newark. He also served as invited panelist on NIH Biomaterials and Biointerfaces (BMBI) study section in Bethesda, MD.

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    • Dr. Yen Wei Delivered Invited Lectures on "Nanoporous Materials for Bioscience and Biotechnology"

      January 03, 2007

      Dr. Yen Wei, Herman B. Wagner Professor of Polymers and Materials Chemistry and the Director of the Center for Polymers and Materials Chemistry, delivered invited lectures on "Nanoporous Materials for Bioscience and Biotechnology" in the Department of Chemistry at University of Connecticut, Storrs, and on "Nanostructured Materials Platforms for Biocatalysis, Drug Release, Neurological Diseases, Dentistry, and Tissue Engineering" in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at Pennsylvania State University, University Park. He also served as invited panelist on NIH study section for "Nanotechnology for dental materials (NIDCR RFA DE-07-005)" in Bethesda, MD.

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