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Chemistry and Life Science is proud to announce the first ever certification of its Chemistry Program by the American Chemical Society.
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CDT Drew Long was recognized during the Department's 2013 Cadet Award Cermony and presented with the National Organization of the American Legion Award as the #1 Graduating Cadet with superior academic performance in the Department.
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CDT Matthew Letarte was recognized during the Department's 2013 Cadet Award Cermony as the recipient of the Brigadier General James H. Ramsden Award for the #2 Graduating Cadet with superior academic performance in the Department.  The award was presented by COL Robert and LTC (R) Jack Downing, Class of 1958.
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Cadet researchers demonstrate mesenchymal progenitor cells (MPCs) cultured 7 days on 50-100 nm collagen fiber substrates and a collagen-coated Petri Dish using immunofluorescence techniques for the proteins of interest.
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Cadets enrolled in General Chemistry II performing the course capstone lab on Tactical Energy Charge and Discharge Rates .
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Cadet researchers use an ultraviolet lamp source to aid in cutting DNA samples out of an agarose gel. The goal of the research is to develop a cheap, field-ready Vibrio cholerae biosensor system to test drinking water.