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    Rearranging Au Nanorods in Polymer Matrices Dec 3 POCC Lecture Dec 4 Special Biological Chemistry Seminar Yael David Princeton University Inquires please contact Camille Pride at campride sas upenn edu Title News Madeleine Joullié to Receive John Scott Award Madeleine Joullié will be one of the recipients of the prestigious John Scott Award this Friday Schelter Group Wins Postdoctoral Fellowship Associate Professor Eric Schelter has been awarded a Postdoctoral Program in Environmental Zahra Fakhraai Research Featured Assistant Professor Zahra Fakhraai is part of an interdisciplinary team that received a five Joullié Group Green Chemistry Proposal Makes Semi Finals Prof Madeleine Joullié s proposal for the Green and Sustainable Chemistry Challenge has made it Research Highlight Collagen is the most abundant protein in the body Named from the Latin for glue its springy tough coils are the main component of connective tissue like ligaments and tendons as well as of skin By replacing a carbon and a hydrogen atom with a nitrogen atom at a key part of the protein David Chenoweth and his research group wer able to add stabilizing hydrogen bonds Engineering collagen to be even tougher could form the basis of a variety of medical treatments such as

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  • Polymer Seminar: Russell Composto, Penn | Department of Chemistry
    Document Polymers at Penn pdf Arranging and Rearranging Au Nanorods in Polymer Matrices Department of Chemistry 231 S 34 Street Philadelphia PA 19104 6323 215 898 8317 voice 215 573 2112 fax web chem upenn edu Home People Graduate Undergraduate Facilities Alumni Community Events About News Business Office peptide synthesis order form Events List View Calendar View Named Lecture Series Aldrich Distinguished Lecture Axalta Distinguished Lecture Bristol Myers Squibb Lecture

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  • POCC Lecture | Department of Chemistry
    of Chemistry 231 S 34 Street Philadelphia PA 19104 6323 215 898 8317 voice 215 573 2112 fax web chem upenn edu Home People Graduate Undergraduate Facilities Alumni Community Events About News Business Office peptide synthesis order form Events List View Calendar View Named Lecture Series Aldrich Distinguished Lecture Axalta Distinguished Lecture Bristol Myers Squibb Lecture Distinguished Alumni Award Ralph and Lucy Hirschmann Visiting Professorship Madeleine M Joullié Lecture Alan

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  • Special Biological Chemistry Seminar, Yael David, Princeton University | Department of Chemistry
    DNA is packaged by basic histone proteins into a higher order complex known as chromatin Covalent chemical modifications to both DNA and histones allow chromatin to act as a dynamic signaling platform that regulates access to genomic information and ultimately establishes and maintains cellular transcriptional output Consequently aberrant chromatin signaling is associated with many diseases especially cancer A full understanding of each signaling event in isolation and their interconnectivity is a prerequisite to the design of next generation therapeutic agents that act to ameliorate conditions with underlying epigenetic misregulation However given the complex nature of the nuclear milieu it is extremely difficult to deconvolute specific epigenetic functions In my talk I will describe a novel approach to this challenge which utilizes protein chemistry to generate modified semi synthetic histones in live cells Applying the precision and flexibility of chemistry to native cellular chromatin allows for a new level of understanding of the local and global roles different histone post translational modifications play in vivo Department of Chemistry 231 S 34 Street Philadelphia PA 19104 6323 215 898 8317 voice 215 573 2112 fax web chem upenn edu Home People Graduate Undergraduate Facilities Alumni Community Events About News Business Office peptide

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  • Madeleine Joullié to Receive John Scott Award | Department of Chemistry
    of the recipients of the prestigious John Scott Award this Friday The award was founded in the early 19th century by John Scott an Edinburgh chemist The first awards were bestowed in 1834 The award is currently administered by the Board of Directors of City Trusts of the City of Philadelphia Full story here Department of Chemistry 231 S 34 Street Philadelphia PA 19104 6323 215 898 8317 voice 215

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  • Schelter Group Wins Postdoctoral Fellowship | Department of Chemistry
    been awarded a Postdoctoral Program in Environmental Chemistry from the Dreyfus Foundation The award provides a principal investigator with a two year fellowship to appoint a Postdoctoral Fellow to perform fundamental research in the chemical sciences or engineering related to the environment More information on the program can be found here Department of Chemistry 231 S 34 Street Philadelphia PA 19104 6323 215 898 8317 voice 215 573 2112 fax

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  • Zahra Fakhraai Research Featured | Department of Chemistry
    in the School of Engineering and Applied Science School of Arts Sciences and Perelman School of Medicine is called Research and Education in Active Coatings Technologies for the human habitat or REACT and is principally a collaboration with GIANT or Grenoble Innovation for Advanced New Technologies a public private research partnership based in Grenoble France which has received a complementary grant from the French science funding agencies Centre National de

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  • Joullié Group Green Chemistry Proposal Makes Semi-Finals | Department of Chemistry
    Chemistry Challenge has made it to the semi finals Of the 495 proposals submitted the top 53 entries were selected based on the ratings of the reviewers These 53 proposals have been sent to the scientific jury members and the jury will select the Top 5 The Top 5 contestants will be invited for the Green and Sustainable Chemistry Conference Department of Chemistry 231 S 34 Street Philadelphia PA 19104

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