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Marvin Miller Receives North Dakota State Alumni Award

Marvin Miller has been accorded the 2012 Henry L. Bolley Academic Achievement Award by the North Dakota State University Alumni Association, honoring an individual who has attained noted achievements in education as teacher, researcher and/or administrator.

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Laurie Littlepage Joins Notre Dame Faculty

Laurie Littlepage has accepted the position of Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry and will work in the Mike and Josie Harper Cancer Research Institute.

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Timothy Wencewicz Receives 2012 Shaheen Award

Timothy Wencewicz, a graduate student in Chemistry and Biochemistry who works in in Prof. Marvin Miller's lab, has been named recipient of the Eli J. and Helen Shaheen Graduate School Award in science.

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Notre Dame Researchers Publish Paper on Malaria Parasites

A team of scientists led by Dr. Kasturi Haldar and Dr. Souvik Bhattacharjee collaborating with Dr. Robert Stahelin, has just published an article in the journal Cell on a fundamental discovery in understanding how malaria parasites cause deadly disease.

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Bang and Kamat Publish New Work on Quantum Dot Solar Cells

Jin Ho Bang of Hanyang University and Prashant Kamat, the Rev. John A. Zahm Professor of Science, have co-authored a paper detailing an advancing understanding of semiconductor nanocrystals and another step towards the development of a more efficient generation of solar cells.

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Graham Lappin Made Fellow of the Royal Society Chemistry

Professor Alexander Graham Lappin was recently made a Fellow of the Royal Society Chemistry (FRSC), worldwide organization for the advancement of chemical science. Fellows are a select group recognized for their outstanding contributions that promote such advancement.

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Chem Demo Team Brings Science Alive to Indiana Students

The Chem Demo Team, led by Executive Director and Outreach Coordinator Karen Morris, are having great success in helping school children in Indiana to learn more about science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).

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Wiest and Collaborators Work to Halt Cancer Growth

Olaf Wiest, professor of chemistry and biochemistry, is one of a group of collaborators studying the effects of a specific molecule (JQ1) on the trigger that controls the growth of NUT midline carcinoma (NMC), a cancer without a cure.

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