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Professor’s research has potential counter-terrorism applications

Professor’s research has potential counter-terrorism applications

Jeffrey Atkinson’s quest to make vitamin E better for the human body has shown the potential to lead to new counter-terrorism measures.

Spreading the love of chemistry

Spreading the love of chemistry

From boiling eggs to oil spills, chemistry is important to our lives, says Paul Zelisko, local committee member for the International Year of Chemistry.

Top Mexican fellowship recipient joins Brock research team

Top Mexican fellowship recipient joins Brock research team

A post-doctoral researcher has come to Brock to work with Tomas Hudlicky’s research team.

Tour Brock’s newest buildings

Tour Brock’s newest buildings

Are you wondering what all the buzz is about? Are you curious to see Brock’s newest building projects and learn why they’re so important to the University, the community and the region’s economy?

Brindle writing Brock’s history

Brindle writing Brock’s history

The former VP Research is looking for stories from Brock’s history.

Chemistry

Chemistry

Ian Brindle presented at Zhejiang University in China last month.

Chemistry

Chemistry

Paul Zelisko made two presentations at the 13th CSChE Ontario-Quebec Biotechnology Meeting.

Thesis defences — April 26

Thesis defences — April 26

Thesis defences posted on April 26.

Chemistry

Chemistry

Prof. Georgii Nikonov gave the lecture “Mechanisms of Mo Catalyzed Hydrosilylation” at Carleton University.

Research could help people exposed to radiation

Research could help people exposed to radiation

Jeffrey Atkinson has received a $33,000 U.S. grant from the Center for Medical Countermeasures against Radiation.

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