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Chemistry Paper Among Top 2 Percent

Professor’s research singled out by leading journal in her field Dr. Laura Busenlehner, assistant professor of chemistry at The University of Alabama, has received “Paper of the Week” recognition by the Journal of Biological Chemistry, a top journal in her field. Busenlehner wrote “Escherichia coli SufE Sulfur Transfer Protein Modulates the SufS Cysteine Desulfurase through […]

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Professor Featured in Time Cover Story

From the November 2013 Desktop News | A Time cover story published this month, “The Secret Web: Where Drugs, Porn, and Murder Live Online,” discusses the little known Deep Web, a part of the internet where activity – illegal or legal – cannot be tracked. The article includes insights from Dr. Diana Dolliver, an assistant […]

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Autism Research Leads to App Development

From the November 2013 Desktop News | Over the years, a range of methods and techniques have been developed to help children diagnosed with autism enhance their social skills. Now, thanks to research done by Dr. Angela Barber, an assistant professor in the Department of Communicative Disorders who specializes in autism spectrum disorders, students in UA’s Emerging […]

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Caldwell Lab Collaborates on Groundbreaking Research

From the November 2013 Desktop News | Scientists have identified a chemical compound that enhances cells’ natural abilities to combat a protein linked to Parkinson’s and other neurodegenerative diseases. The findings, which were recently published in Science online, could lead to the compound or a related molecule being tested as a potential drug to combat these diseases. Drs. Guy […]

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Rothman’s Book Recognized with Two Awards

From the November 2013 Desktop News | Dr. Josh Rothman, a professor in the Department of History and the director of the Frances Summersell Center for the Study of the South, was recently honored with two awards for his book, Flush Times and Fever Dreams: A Story of Capitalism and Slavery in the Age of Jackson. The […]

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Art and Technology Shine at Exhibit

From the November 2013 Desktop News | Student works created using new media technologies will be the focus of the exhibit, “[ENTER]Connect,” which will be on display at the Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center until Nov. 22. The artworks, which use techniques such as 3-D printing, 3-D scanning, microcontrollers and projection mapping, are a result of students […]

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Shakespeare in American Integration

From the November 2013 Desktop News | “Shakespeare and American Integration,” a two-day symposium to be held November 15-16, will discuss integration in Shakespeare’s works. The event is part of “Through the Doors,” the yearlong series of events commemorating the 50th anniversary of desegregation at UA. Dr. Sharon O’Dair, director of the Hudson Strode Program in […]

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Psychologist to Provide Guidance for Evaluating ‘Extraordinary Claims’

Acclaimed psychologist Dr. Scott O. Lilienfeld will be the guest speaker for the Annual Michael Dinoff Memorial Lecture on The University of Alabama campus Friday, Nov. 15. The topic will be “Science and Pseudoscience in Everyday Life: A Field Guide for Evaluating Extraordinary Claims.” The lecture will begin at 6 p.m. in room 208, Gordon […]

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Fall Spectrum Concert This Friday

Free performance highlights talents of music school This Friday faculty and students of the School of Music will collaborate in the fall Spectrum concert, a showcase of UA’s best musicians. Expect everything from classical to jazz selections, all highlighting the immense talent of UA music students and faculty. The concert will culminate in an appearance by […]

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Symposium Examines Student Perceptions of Race Relations at UA

The University of Alabama is taking a timely look at the history of race relations on campus with a symposium on student perceptions of race relations, featuring historical and contemporary perspectives Wednesday, Nov. 6, in Gorgas Library, room 205, from 1 p.m.-4 p.m. Speakers will detail student responses to questions of race dating back to the turbulent […]

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