Congratulations to the winners of the 2011 CUNY Nobel Science Challenge! The Nobel Science Challenge Award Ceremony was held Wednesday February 29th 2012, at CUNY’s 80th Street Central Office, where the grand prize was awarded to Viacheslav Manichev, a junior at Hunter College. The CUNY Nobel Science Challenge was created by Vice Chancellor for Research, Dr. Gillian [...]
David Gruber, Assistant Professor Biology and Environmental Science at Baruch College has images from his research on display in current and upcoming exhibitions at the American Museum of Natural History (AMNH). His images of marine fluorescent corals are currently on display in the exhibition Picturing Science: Museum Scientists and Imaging Technologies. He also co-curated with [...]
Edyta Greer, an Assistant Professor of Computational Chemistry at Baruch College, recently co-authored “Marie Curie: Pioneering Discoveries and Humanitarianism” in Helvetica Chimica Acta (2011 Nov; 94(11):1893-1907). Dr. Greer’s article is a tribute to the only person to have won Nobel Prizes in different scientific disciplines. Her achievements are unparallelled. With her colleague, David Gruber, an [...]
On January 5, the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research—as part of its Community College Collaborative Incentive Research Grant (C3IRG) program—held a grant-writing workshop entitled Building the Foundations for Pedagogical Research at the Borough of Manhattan Community College. The one-day event was designed to provide practical information and guidance for community college faculty as [...]
A one-day grant writing workshop for the Community College Collaborative Incentive Research Grant (C3IRG) will be held on January 5 at BMCC.
Two CUNY Advanced Science Seminar (CASS) events have been scheduled for fall 2011.
The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research is pleased to present Women in Science: Negotiating a Successful Academic Career, a workshop aimed at senior doctoral students, postdoctoral researchers, and junior faculty.
The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research is hosting a town hall meeting to discuss upcoming changes to the human research protection programs and IRBs.
This fall marks the fourth year for CUNY’s Serving Science Café.
Faculty, postdoctoral fellows, and graduate students recently enjoyed a day of networking and presentations at the 2011 CUNY Structural Biology Workshop.