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A Q&A with Andris Goncarovs

By Austin Lamb

Below is a Q&A with 2010 LACS alumnus Andris Goncarovs. Responses have been edited for clarity.

What appealed to you about LACS before you enrolled? 755 more words

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What is the USA Science and Engineering Festival?

“Whoa!”
“We didn’t have anything like this when I was a kid!”
“This is awesome!”

I heard these three phrases repeated while attending the USA Science and Engineering Festival. 1,772 more words

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DePaul Research Highlighted in ACS Special Issue

The ACS journal Organometallics recently published a Special Virtual Issue focusing on Undergraduate Research in Organometallics. Two DePaul Chemistry and Biochemistry faculty members, Dr. Paul Vadola and Dr. 275 more words

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Am I That Much of a Threat?

Through blogging I’ve been given many opportunities, one that was really special to me was when I was invited to do my first university talk at Northampton University called ‘Dear My Black Kings’ with Keith Dube aka Mr Exposed. 809 more words

NYC: Drug-addled Bronx mom who had 3 kids taken away by ACS charged with murder after throwing 5-month-old son against a wall, cops say

A Bronx mom faces murder charges after she threw her 5-month-old son against a wall, killing him, police said — and the tot’s family say she’s an abusive drug addict who had three previous kids taken away by ACS. 341 more words

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Engineered cotton grows on alternative fertilizer

Crop feeds on phosphite, potentially allowing it to outwit weeds and mitigate pollution from traditional fertilizer runoff
by Carmen Drahl

Wily weeds can develop resistance to herbicides, allowing them to compete with genetically modified crops designed to tolerate weed-killing chemicals. 320 more words

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