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Duncan Lecture presented by Dr. John Mather, Nobel Prize winner, now available to watch online

05/25/2016

The College of Sciences and Mathematics’ annual M.M. "Dunc" Duncan Jr. Memorial Lecture was held last month and featured Nobel Prize winner John Mather, PhD, senior astrophysicist at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center. The lecture, “From the big bang to now: observing the universe with the James Webb Space Telescope,” is now available to watch online.

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College Rank names The 30 Most Beautiful College Arboretums

05/25/2016

COLUMBUS, Ohio, May 23, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- College Rank, a website dedicated to ranking and evaluating college programs, has just announced their list of the 30 Most Beautiful College Arboretums.

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COSAM professor part of team that discovers redness gene in birds

05/24/2016

Why do some birds have red feathers? Geoffrey Hill, professor in the Department of Biological Sciences at Auburn University, finally found an answer to this deceptively challenging question.

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Patent issued to Drs. Easley and Shannon

05/23/2016

Drs. Easley and Shannon, along with their former graduate students Dr. Jiaming Hu and Dr. Tanyu Wang, were issued a patent for their invention of an “Electrochemical Proximity Assay.” Congratulations to Drs. Easley, Shannon, Hu, and Wang!

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Jonathan Waldrop has won the 3rd Place Graduate Poster Award at the 2016 Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Theoretical Chemistry Association

05/17/2016

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Jonathan Musila's poster was awarded first place at the Southeast Enzyme Conference (SEC).

05/17/2016

Jonathan Musila's (a graduate student in the Ellis lab) poster was awarded first place at the Southeast Enzyme Conference (SEC).

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Meet COSAM Graduation Marshal Taylor Young

05/12/2016

Jonathan Musila's (a graduate student in the Ellis lab) poster was awarded first place at the Southeast Enzyme Conference (SEC).

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Alumni Update: Dr. Emily Roarty '01

05/12/2016

Dr. Emily Roarty, molecular biology ’01, is a scientific manager in the Department of Thoracic/Head and Neck Medical Oncology at MD Anderson in Houston, where she oversees the departmental scientific research program including grants, contracts and the Lung Cancer Moon Shot Program. She was recently named Exemplary Employee of the Year out of 20,000 employees within the institution. Her passion for raising awareness for underfunded cancers, such as lung cancer, has helped garner more than $30,000,000 in peer-reviewed research funding since she joined the department.

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Congratulations to Dr. Eduardus Duin on his recent publication in PNAS

05/10/2016

Dr. Evert Duin recently had a paper published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. The paper is titled "Mode of action uncovered for the specific reduction of methane emissions from ruminants by the small molecule 3-nitrooxypropanol," and you can read it at the following link. (Read the paper here)

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McAtee accepts a Statistician position with Oak Ridge Affiliated Universities

05/06/2016

Dr. Evert Duin recently had a paper published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. The paper is titled "Mode of action uncovered for the specific reduction of methane emissions from ruminants by the small molecule 3-nitrooxypropanol," and you can read it at the following link. (Read the paper here)

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Geraldo de Souza retiring after 34 years

05/06/2016

Dr Geraldo de Souza is retiring after 34 years with Auburn University in the Mathematics and Statistics Department.

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Auburn’s Climatology Field Trip to the Weather Station

05/02/2016

Our group was briefed in the airport lobby.

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