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Phd-level Microbiologist, Protein Dynamic Solutions, Boston

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Protein Dynamic Solutions, LLC (PDS) is focused on developing a platform technology for pre-clinical therapeutic protein selection by determining critical quality attributes such as stability, identifying the presence of aggregates, their size and mechanism.  We are an NSF SBIR Phase II sponsored company located in Wakefield, MA.  PDS is developing innovative technical approach to the validation of bioassays for immunogenicity and anti-drug antibody response prior

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Ayuda con equipos e instrumentos de investigación impactados por María

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Las organizaciones Society for Applied Spectroscopy and The Coblentz Society and lanzado una iniciativa llamada Spectroscopists Helping Spectroscopists para ayudar a investigadores con equipo o instrumentación científica impactada por los huracanes Irma y María.

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An Adventure in Puerto Rico: Research, Rental Cars, and Red Trees

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Greetings CienciaPR community,

My name is Eloise Yount, and I am proud to say that I have the opportunity of conducting research at the UPRM in the interim period between my third and fourth years as an undergraduate student at the Georgia Institute of Technology. I am pursuing a degree in chemical and biomolecular engineering, and with that degree I plan to lay the foundation for a career focused on sustainable technology/renewable energy development and implementation.

UPR Professor is reelected to the board of the American Chemical Society

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Dr. Ingrid Montes, Chemistry Professor from the University of Puerto Rico (UPR), Rio Piedras Campus, was reelected as the General Director of the Board of Directors of the American Society of Chemistry (ACS). 

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María Tamargo: a scientist passionate about the intersection of mentoring, teaching and research

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Dr. Tamargo con su grupo de investigación
Dr. Tamargo with her research group. Photo courtesy of Dr. Tamargo.

Dr. María Tamargo’s interest in science began as a young woman. She was first exposed to chemistry as a high school student, where she had the opportunity to study in Spain for a year. This opportunity sparked her desire to become a scientist and therefore, she decided to major in chemistry. For her undergraduate degree, María attended the Interamerican University of Puerto Rico, where her parents were also professors. At the time, the Interamerican University of Puerto Rico did not offer a bachelor’s degree in chemistry. Recognizing her scientific talent, one of her professors encouraged María to transfer to the University of Puerto Rico at Río Piedras, where she completed her B.S. in Chemistry.

ACS on Campus: A journey from art to science

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Between "Art, Science and Education." That was the theme for the outreach activity ACS on Campus, organized this past Friday, January 31, 2014, by the American Chemical Society (ACS) in collaboration with Dr. Ingrid Montes, Professor in the Department of Chemistry of the University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras and member of the Board of Directors of this organization.

Research and mentoring programs support chemistry undergrads In Puerto Rico

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Born in the mountainous central region of Puerto Rico, Johary Rivera-Meléndez was inspired to study chemistry through the urging of her high school chemistry teacher in Orocovis. However, after being accepted at the University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras, it was the support she received from her professors that helped her keep that dream alive. “It has not been an easy journey, but I have had amazing people around me who have motivated me to keep on going,” says Rivera-Meléndez, who is pursuing a Ph.D.

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APS/IBM Research Internship for Undergraduate Women - Natural Sciences and Engineering

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The American Physical Society and IBM co-sponsor a research internship program for undergraduate women. The goal is to encourage women students to pursue graduate studies in science and engineering.

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A "boricua" with space citizenship

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Por Rebecca Carrero Figueroa (rebecca.carrero@upr.edu)
PRENSA RUM
viernes, 31 de agosto de 2012

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