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Symposium Title: Bioanalytical Chemistry: Analytical Applications in Biological Sciences
Descrption: This symposium aims at the broadly defined Bioanalytical Chemistry, which includes the analytical applications in Biochemistry, Biophysics, Environmental Sciences, Forensic Chemistry, Green Chemistry, Chemical Biology, and Biotechnology at undergraduate and graduate levels. This is the third symposium session focusing on the topic of Bioanalytical Chemistry presented in BCCE in the past three years. The previous symposium presenters enjoyed the stimulating interaction and discussion on novel ideas of implementing the Bioanalytical Chemistry components in the existing chemistry classes or developing the complete Bioanalytical Chemistry courses to enhance students learning. It is evident that Analytical Chemistry is increasingly focused on the analysis of biological activity and detection of biological molecules in academia and industry. We believe that Bioanalytical Chemistry is one of the most promising enhancements in chemical education.
Program: 21st BCCE
Audience: College
General Audience
Organizer: Harvey Hou
CoOrganizers: Mian Jiang
Restrictions: Time allowed for each presentation will be 25 minutes including questions and discussion. We will not allow "live" chemical demonstrations as a part of our symposium.
Papers
[2010-08-01 14:00:00 - 17:00:00] - Mian Jiang, Presider
Start TimePresenterTitle
14:00:00 introduction
14:05:00Dharshi BopegederaA general chemistry laboratory “Exploring the impact of increased acid levels in ocean waters on coral”
14:25:00Ray A. Gross Jr.On the stoichiometry inherent in the isotope patterns of compounds containing Br, Cl and S
14:45:00Niina RonkainenBioanalytical chemistry and biosensors
15:05:00Harvey HouTeaching chlorophyll fluorescence analysis in the advance topics in chemistry
15:25:00 break
15:40:00John StankusPedagogy of broken instruments
16:00:00K. Joseph HoBioanalytical chemistry for science teachers
16:20:00Dan SykesSmall mobile instruments for laboratory enhancement (SMILE)
16:40:00Mian JiangDesigning operable bioanalytical curriculum and undergraduate research: Incorporating biosensor and bioassay components
 

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