Jeffrey A. Stuart and Ellen L. Robb presented at “Curing What Ails Us” in Brock’s Pond Inlet earlier this year. The presentation was part of a three-part Mapping the New Knowledges conference. The title of the talk was “Discovering the biological activities of resveratrol - an emerging nutraceutical.”
Ellen L. Robb, Paul Zelisko and Jeffrey A. Stuart. “Polyphenols: Resveratrol Targets the Mitochondrial Antioxidant Enzyme Manganese Superoxide Dismutase and Increases Cellular Stress Resistance.” Polyphenols in Human Health. Harrogate, U.K., December 2009.
Ellen L. Robb, Paul Zelisko and Jeffrey A. Stuart presented “MnSOD plays an important role in resveratrol’s biological effects” at the Radical Biology and Medicine Annual Conference in San Francisco, Calif., November 2009.
Stephen Anco, Mathematics, presented “Klein geometry, group invariant soliton equations, and bi-Hamiltonian geometric curve flows” in the session on Geometry of Differential Equations held at the American Mathematical Society regional meeting in Raleigh, N.C. in April 2009.
Stephen Anco, Mathematics, presented “Conserved integrals of compressible fluid flow in n>1 spatial dimensions” in the session on Exact and Approximation Methods for Differential Equations held at the Winter Meeting of the Canadian Mathematical Society in Windsor, Ont., December 2009.
Chantal Buteau was invited to deliver a paper at “Mathématiques et informatique: une puissante alliance,” the 53rd congress of the AMQ (Association mathématique du Québec), that took place in Montreal, Oct. 23 to 24. Among other things, Buteau discussed Brock students’ original mathematics projects and Brock MICA (Mathematics Integrated with Computers and Applications) program in [...]