Category Archives: Chemistry

Science Reads of 2014

Photo of three stacked books.

Looking for some non-assigned reading? Want to learn something new? Try one of these science books published in the last year; each has been featured on a list of best books or best science books of 2014 from publications such … Continue reading

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Congratulations to Dr. Giovanni Gadda, Distinguished University Professor

Congratulations to Dr. Giovanni Gadda, Professor of Chemistry, for being named a Distinguished University Professor of Georgia State University. Eight GSU professors have been named Distinguished University Professors “in recognition of their outstanding records in research, teaching, and mentoring students … Continue reading

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PubMed Workshops Rescheduled: April 1-11, 2014

PubMed is a database with over 23 million records and 5 thousand plus journals going back to 1946. As a free service provided by the National Library of Medicine it is the most important resource for medical literature in the … Continue reading

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Georgia State at the Atlanta Science Festival, March 22-29

Closeup on a molecule model made out of balloons.

Photo courtesy of Kevin Harber on Flickr. (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0) Whether you’re science faculty, a science major, or just looking for interesting events, the Atlanta Science Festival has something for you. As one of the Atlanta Science Festival sponsors, Georgia … Continue reading

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Sort by Relevance in PubMed

PubMed has added a new Display Settings option to sort your search results by relevance. The relevance sort order for search results is based on an algorithm that analyzes each PubMed citation that includes the search terms. For each search … Continue reading

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Web of Science Redesign

The new Web of Science provides a simplified search with clearer results and a single interface.¬† This redesign makes it: easier to start a search easier to review results, and easier to discover related research with linked data. Enhancements that … Continue reading

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ChemBioDraw and Chem3D Pro on Library Computers

Ball-and-stick model of the serotonin molecule

ChemBioDraw and Chem3D Pro are now installed on all library computers, as well as being free to download for all Georgia State affiliates. ¬†ChemBioDraw and Chem3D Pro allow chemistry and biology students to construct 2D and 3D molecular models formatted … Continue reading

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