Online Lecture Series – The New Indian Express

By Express press service

KOCHI: The Chemistry Department and Research Center of St . Teresa’s College (Autonomous) has organized a three-day online lecture series under the Scholar program of the Kerala State Higher Education Council.

The series was organized in association with the School of Chemical Sciences, MG University, IUCND CUSAT and St. Paul’s College, Kalamassery on July 19, 21 and 25. The Erudite program aims to provide an opportunity for teachers and students to interact with eminent scientists working at the frontiers of research.

The series’ scholarly scholar, Professor Gary B Schuster, Professor Vassar Woolley, Emeritus, Georgia Institute of Technology, spoke about the latest findings in understanding the chemical evolution of life that not only attempts to unravel the mysteries of the origin of life on earth, but also provides deeper insight into the structure and functions of biomolecules.

Professor Schuster has also made important contributions to the understanding of chemiluminescence, DNA damage mechanisms and DNA-directed self-assembly.

KOCHI: The Chemistry Department and Research Center of St . Teresa’s College (Autonomous) has organized a three-day online lecture series under the Scholar program of the Kerala State Higher Education Council. The series was organized in association with the School of Chemical Sciences, MG University, IUCND CUSAT and St. Paul’s College, Kalamassery on July 19, 21 and 25. The Erudite program aims to provide an opportunity for teachers and students to interact with eminent scientists working at the frontiers of research. The series’ scholarly scholar, Professor Gary B Schuster, Professor Vassar Woolley, Emeritus, Georgia Institute of Technology, spoke about the latest findings in understanding the chemical evolution of life that not only attempts to unravel the mysteries of the origin of life on earth, but also provides deeper insight into the structure and functions of biomolecules. Professor Schuster has also made important contributions to the understanding of chemiluminescence, DNA damage mechanisms and DNA-directed self-assembly.

Angela C. Hale