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Emory's Day of Science

International Year of Chemistry event for DeKalb County high school students

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Synthetic Biology - Quo Vadis Evolutionis? The Return of Ancient Genes

Betül is interested in molecular time traveling. She works as part of the Gaucher Group at...

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Family Science Days 2011

AAAS Annual Meeting - David Lynn and Lelavision represent the NSF and the Center for Chemical...

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The Scientist is In: Dr. Betul Kacar Arslan

Dr. Betul Kacar Arslan from Georgia Institute of Technology will be on hand with touchable...

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Center for Chemical Evolution Announcement and Ribbon Cutting

Researchers engaged in studying the origins of life celebrated a new $20 million grant from the...

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Origin of Life: Adding UV Light Helps Form 'Missing G' of RNA Building Blocks

For scientists attempting to understand how the building blocks of RNA originated on Earth,...

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Relaxation of the Requirements for Prebiotic Purine Nucleobase Formation

A European Journal ChemBioChem, Cover: Guanine, Adenine, and Hypoxanthine Production in UV-...

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David Lynn: Scientists creating life from scratch

For the first time, scientists have been able to create a synthetic cell.

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A Conversation With Jeffrey L. Bada: A Marine Chemist Studies How Life Began

We spoke for an hour during the American Association for the Advancement of Science's annual...

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Congratulations to Christine He!

In addition to having recently successfully defended her dissertation, Christine was recently ...

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New from Stated Clearly-- How to Spot an Alien

The Center for Chemical Evolution's newest collaboration with Stated Clearly is now live. The...

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Jon Perry presents at College of Charleston

The animator behind Stated Clearly, Jon Perry, will be presenting on February 7 as part of the...

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