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March 2, 2014

Groovy Science Night 2014

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Graduate students from the department participated in an outreach event at a local elementary school called "Groovy Science Night." UMBC students helped the elementary students learn about rheology, microscopy and polymer science... all while having fun! For more pictures see the UMBC GSN web site.

March 26, 2014

CBEE Presentations at Graduate Research Conference, Thurs. 3/26

CBEE is proud to announce participation in the Graduate Student Association's 36th annual Graduate Research Conference on March 26th, 2014. This event showcases graduate students and their work on our campus.

The following students will give oral presentations in Commons 332:

9:45am – Kiranmayi Mangalgiri “Photolysis of organoarsenicals in agricultural waste”

10:00am – Hilda Fadaei Khoei “The effect of activated carbon amendment on bioaccumulation of PCBs in fish”

10:15am – Adil Zuber “Two‐dimensional chromatography for applications with purification in point-of-care manufacture of therapeutic proteins”

10:30am – Ke He “Adsorption and biodegradation of fluoroquinolone antibiotics in the activated sludge treatment”

The following students will be presenting posters in UC 310:

11:00am – Sheniqua Brown “Non‐invasive glucose sensor using fluorescent labeled glucose binding protein”

11:15am – Opeyemi Ajayi “Staphylococcus aureus biofilm formation on micropatterned surfaces”

11:30am – Arundhathi Venkatasubraman “Beta‐amyloid fibrils and their interplay in Alzheimer’s disease through physico-chemical, signaling, and epigenetic mechanisms”

11:45am – Zachary Hopkins “Ozone treatment of oxybenzone: Transformation kinetics and removal of UV absorbance”

March 31, 2014

Doug Frey Chosen As Yale’s Horvath Memorial Lecturer

frey_sm.jpg Doug Frey, Chemical and Biochemical Engineering, will be this year’s Horvath Memorial Lecturer at Yale University.

The prestigious Csaba Horvath lecture series is in memory of Professor Csaba Horvath, who is responsible for developing High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC), without which modern chemistry and biotechnology would be difficult, if not impossible. The lecture is sponsored by Yale’s School of Engineering and Applied Science and The Goizueta Foundation.

Dr. Frey will speak on new methods and applications for the chromatography of biological macromolecules at Yale on April 16.