Minmin Yang was a Post-Doc in the lab from 2002 to 2005. His company, PharmaBlock, based in Nanjing, China, went public recently at the Shenzhen Stock Exchange. These pictures are from the special event commemorating the Initial Public Offering (IPO). Minmin was able to ring the opening bell at the stock exchange. Minmin says he […]
Stewart Schneller with Donna J. Nelson, Immediate Past President of ACS.[/caption]Stewart Schneller at the ACS meeting in Washington, DC. August 21, 2017. Donna J. Nelson, Immediate Past President, American Chemical Society Ceremony for recognition as a Fellow of the American Chemical Society. Photos by Peter Cutts Photography.
By: Candis Birchfield Stewart Schneller, professor in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry and former dean of the College of Sciences and Mathematics, was selected as a 2017 Fellow of the American Chemical Society. The prestigious honor recognizes outstanding achievements in and contributions to science, the profession, and the American Chemical Society. “Needless to say, […]
By: Candis Birchfield The laboratory of Kenneth Halanych, the Schneller Endowed Chair in the Department of Biological Sciences, has made a discovery that could have widespread implications for how scientists study the function of the human immune system. Led by doctoral student Michael Tassia, the team discovered that humans and their closest invertebrate relatives share […]
Chong Liu, Research Assistant Professor, presented his most recent results at the ICAR meeting in Atlanta May 24, 2017. The title of the poster is 6’-Fluoro-3-deazaneplanocin: synthesis and antiviral properties.