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Kinnun, Jacob J.; Leftin, Avigdor; Brown, Michael F. – Journal of Chemical Education, 2013
Solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy finds growing application to inorganic and organic materials, biological samples, polymers, proteins, and cellular membranes. However, this technique is often neither included in laboratory curricula nor typically covered in undergraduate courses. On the other hand, spectroscopy and…
Descriptors: Chemistry, Spectroscopy, College Science, Science Instruction
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Bemquerer, Marcelo P.; Macedo, Jessica K. A.; Ribeiro, Ana Carolina J.; Carvalho, Andrea C.; Silva, Debora O. C.; Braz, Juliana M.; Medeiros, Kelliane A.; Sallet, Lunalva A. P.; Campos, Pollyanna F.; Prates, Maura V.; Silva, Luciano P. – Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education, 2012
Graduate students in chemistry, and in biological and biomedical fields must learn the fundamentals and practices of peptide and protein chemistry as early as possible. A project-oriented approach was conducted by first-year M.Sc and Ph.D students in biological sciences. A blind glass slide containing a cellular smear and an aqueous cellular…
Descriptors: Chemistry, Graduate Students, Science Instruction, College Science
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Deal, Walter F., III – Technology Teacher, 1997
Discusses inventions and innovations in battery technology. Includes information about batteries that have produced products such as cellular telephones, portable computers, and camcorders. Also describes lithium and solid state batteries and offers tips on battery safety. (JOW)
Descriptors: Electric Batteries, Elementary Secondary Education, Inventions, Learning Activities
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Kubik, Stepan; Miyashita, Teiko; Guzowski, John F. – Learning & Memory, 2007
Different functions have been suggested for the hippocampus and its subdivisions along both transversal and longitudinal axes. Expression of immediate-early genes (IEGs) has been used to map specific functions onto neuronal activity in different areas of the brain including the hippocampus (IEG imaging). Here we review IEG studies on hippocampal…
Descriptors: Intervention, Inhibition, Memory, Brain