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“Students can only learn so much out of a book,” said Comstock-Ferguson, an associate professor of chemistry. “You can’t learn science without actually doing it. This is a great way for Wake Forest students to embody the spirit of Pro Humanitate by … Continue reading →

by Bonnie Davis  |  [email protected]  |  336.758.5390 “KyungMin Yoo, a rising junior who is majoring in chemistry, has been selected as Wake Forest’s fifth Beckman Scholar. As part of the Beckman Scholars Program, Yoo will spend two summers working on … Continue reading →

Recent graduate, and Biochemistry Major,Lucas Gabriel was featured in the 2016 Senior Profiles at Wake Forest News.   Click Here to read the news release. … Continue reading →

Stanford senior Micheal Zhu Chen plans to pursue master’s degrees in statistics and public policy at Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar.

Michael Zhu Chen is one of five individuals with Stanford affiliations who will begin graduate programs at the University of Oxford in England next fall as Rhodes Scholars. Chen is a chemistry major whose research spans both biology and chemistry. He has investigated the neuronal basis of motivation and zeolite membranes as a promising technology for more energy-efficient gas separations.

Sitting outside Tresidder Memorial Union one recent morning, Michael Chen couldn’t help but notice the students bicycling past the building who weren’t wearing helmets.

“Students can only learn so much out of a book,” said Comstock-Ferguson, an associate professor of chemistry. “You can’t learn science without actually doing it. This is a great way for Wake Forest students to embody the spirit of Pro Humanitate by … Continue reading →

by Bonnie Davis  |  [email protected]  |  336.758.5390 “KyungMin Yoo, a rising junior who is majoring in chemistry, has been selected as Wake Forest’s fifth Beckman Scholar. As part of the Beckman Scholars Program, Yoo will spend two summers working on … Continue reading →

Recent graduate, and Biochemistry Major,Lucas Gabriel was featured in the 2016 Senior Profiles at Wake Forest News.   Click Here to read the news release. … Continue reading →

“Students can only learn so much out of a book,” said Comstock-Ferguson, an associate professor of chemistry. “You can’t learn science without actually doing it. This is a great way for Wake Forest students to embody the spirit of Pro Humanitate by … Continue reading →

by Bonnie Davis  |  [email protected]  |  336.758.5390 “KyungMin Yoo, a rising junior who is majoring in chemistry, has been selected as Wake Forest’s fifth Beckman Scholar. As part of the Beckman Scholars Program, Yoo will spend two summers working on … Continue reading →

Recent graduate, and Biochemistry Major,Lucas Gabriel was featured in the 2016 Senior Profiles at Wake Forest News.   Click Here to read the news release. … Continue reading →

Stanford senior Micheal Zhu Chen plans to pursue master’s degrees in statistics and public policy at Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar.

Michael Zhu Chen is one of five individuals with Stanford affiliations who will begin graduate programs at the University of Oxford in England next fall as Rhodes Scholars. Chen is a chemistry major whose research spans both biology and chemistry. He has investigated the neuronal basis of motivation and zeolite membranes as a promising technology for more energy-efficient gas separations.

Sitting outside Tresidder Memorial Union one recent morning, Michael Chen couldn’t help but notice the students bicycling past the building who weren’t wearing helmets.

Need to prepare for a chemistry exam? Take a look at this category of free eBooks and find all the answers to your questions immediately. Check out our collection of books and notes!

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We have selected relevant material from MIT's introductory courses to support students as they study and educators as they teach the AP* Chemistry curriculum. This section is organized by the topics that you’ll see on the chemistry exam.

* AP is a registered trademark of the College Board, which was not involved in the production of, and does not endorse, this product.

“Students can only learn so much out of a book,” said Comstock-Ferguson, an associate professor of chemistry. “You can’t learn science without actually doing it. This is a great way for Wake Forest students to embody the spirit of Pro Humanitate by … Continue reading →

by Bonnie Davis  |  [email protected]  |  336.758.5390 “KyungMin Yoo, a rising junior who is majoring in chemistry, has been selected as Wake Forest’s fifth Beckman Scholar. As part of the Beckman Scholars Program, Yoo will spend two summers working on … Continue reading →

Recent graduate, and Biochemistry Major,Lucas Gabriel was featured in the 2016 Senior Profiles at Wake Forest News.   Click Here to read the news release. … Continue reading →

Stanford senior Micheal Zhu Chen plans to pursue master’s degrees in statistics and public policy at Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar.

Michael Zhu Chen is one of five individuals with Stanford affiliations who will begin graduate programs at the University of Oxford in England next fall as Rhodes Scholars. Chen is a chemistry major whose research spans both biology and chemistry. He has investigated the neuronal basis of motivation and zeolite membranes as a promising technology for more energy-efficient gas separations.

Sitting outside Tresidder Memorial Union one recent morning, Michael Chen couldn’t help but notice the students bicycling past the building who weren’t wearing helmets.

Need to prepare for a chemistry exam? Take a look at this category of free eBooks and find all the answers to your questions immediately. Check out our collection of books and notes!

Home > Highlights for High School > Chemistry

We have selected relevant material from MIT's introductory courses to support students as they study and educators as they teach the AP* Chemistry curriculum. This section is organized by the topics that you’ll see on the chemistry exam.

* AP is a registered trademark of the College Board, which was not involved in the production of, and does not endorse, this product.

Moscow police have detained a former chemistry student who is accused of inventing a new synthetic drug and distributing it, the Interfax news agency reported Friday.

"Agents received information that a young man was distributing narcotics in the form of tablets for 200 rubles ($4) per tablet. During the course of the operation, a 22-year-old resident of the district of Vykhino-Zhulebino was detained," a spokesperson from the Federal Drug Control Service was cited as saying in the report.

The suspect said he purchased ordinary medications from pharmacies and then altered them to create a narcotic for distribution, according to the report. He had previously been enrolled in the chemistry department of a Moscow university.

“Students can only learn so much out of a book,” said Comstock-Ferguson, an associate professor of chemistry. “You can’t learn science without actually doing it. This is a great way for Wake Forest students to embody the spirit of Pro Humanitate by … Continue reading →

by Bonnie Davis  |  [email protected]  |  336.758.5390 “KyungMin Yoo, a rising junior who is majoring in chemistry, has been selected as Wake Forest’s fifth Beckman Scholar. As part of the Beckman Scholars Program, Yoo will spend two summers working on … Continue reading →

Recent graduate, and Biochemistry Major,Lucas Gabriel was featured in the 2016 Senior Profiles at Wake Forest News.   Click Here to read the news release. … Continue reading →

Stanford senior Micheal Zhu Chen plans to pursue master’s degrees in statistics and public policy at Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar.

Michael Zhu Chen is one of five individuals with Stanford affiliations who will begin graduate programs at the University of Oxford in England next fall as Rhodes Scholars. Chen is a chemistry major whose research spans both biology and chemistry. He has investigated the neuronal basis of motivation and zeolite membranes as a promising technology for more energy-efficient gas separations.

Sitting outside Tresidder Memorial Union one recent morning, Michael Chen couldn’t help but notice the students bicycling past the building who weren’t wearing helmets.

Need to prepare for a chemistry exam? Take a look at this category of free eBooks and find all the answers to your questions immediately. Check out our collection of books and notes!

 
 
 
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