Chemistry and Life Science is proud to announce the first ever certification of its Chemistry Program by the American Chemical Society.
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.
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.
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.
Cadets enrolled in General Chemistry II performing the course capstone lab on Tactical Energy Charge and Discharge Rates .
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.