"New Instrumentation and Methods for Analyzing Biological Compounds for Drug Discovery and Discovering Novel Disease Markers"
2018 Salsa Challenge
Join the Salsa Challenge and compete against the best. C’mon, it’s a lot of fun. Use your own recipe or
find one that you just have been wanting to make; here is your chance!
Friday, August 3, 2018 @ 2:00, winners will be announced at 3:15ish.
Winners will be decided by a selected group of judges
People’s Choice will be selected by your peers
Old Chemistry Building Rm 210
Maximum of 2 entries per person
Register to enter by Friday, July 27, 2018
"Designing Artificial Enzymes: Supported [FeFe]-Hydrogenase Mimics with Enhanced Catalytic Hydrogen Production and Oxygen Stability in Aqueous Media"
Invited: CBC Faculty, Staff, Appointed Personnel, Graduate Students and Student Ambassadors
Please register at http://cbc.arizona.edu/webform/registration-form-dept-breakfast by Monday, August 20.
Make sure your registration went through correctly by finding your name on the Attendee List. Please allow 1 business day for your name to appear. Please contact Ellie Warder if you must cancel your registration.
Welcome and Department Overview -- Roger Miesfeld, CBC Department Head
Introduction of new CBC Faculty and Staff
This annual event, hosted alternately by the University of Arizona (UA) and
Arizona State University (ASU), is a one-day symposium of researchers who
work at the interface of Physics and Biology. The meeting consists of short
presentations and posters by graduate students to post-doctoral fellows,
faculty, and other students. The meeting brings together cutting-edge
Biophysics research taking place at the two universities to stimulate
communication, collaborative research, and funding opportunities.