Chemistry

Turkish-American scientist among winners of 2015 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences has decided to award the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for 2015 to Tomas Lindahl, Francis Crick Institute and Clare Hall Laboratory, Hertfordshire, UK, Paul Modrich, Howard Hughes Medical Institute and Duke University School of Medicine, Durham, NC, USA and Aziz Sancar, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, USA “for mechanistic studies of DNA repair” The cells… → Read More

NETA Annual Convention 2016 at Harvard

NETA Annual Convention 2016 was held at Harvard University on Saturday, April 2, 2016 PROGRAM 9:00        Breakfast [Hall] 9:45        Welcome [Room B103] 10:00     Discipline specific sessions I Education [B110] Economics [B107] Computer Science [B105] Engineering [B101] Biology [B109] Natural Sciences [B104] Social Sciences [B108] 11:15     Coffee Break … → Read More

Oktay Sinanoglu, Yale’s youngest professor in modern history passes away

Turkey is mourning the passing of one of its most well-known scientists, Oktay Sinanoglu, dubbed the “Turkish Einstein.” Sinanoglu, professor emeritus of chemistry and molecular biophysics and biochemistry, died late on Sunday at the age of 80 in Miami in the United States. Sinanoglu was just 28 when he became a full professor at Yale University in 1963 – the youngest person to achieve such a position. … → Read More

Medical and Biological Applications of Engineering and Applied Sciences

NETA's annual meeting on "Medical and Biological Applications of Engineering and Applied Sciences" will be held on April 18-19, 2015. Objective: The meeting aims to to identify niche areas of research amongst the scientists and engineers that present research collaboration, student exchange, and grant seeking opportunities. At the conclusion of the program, it is expected that groups will be formed with common in… → Read More

Lecture by Dr. Ahmet Yildiz: The Mechanism of Cytoplasmic Dynein Motility

NETA New York branch’s “NETA Talks Series” started with Dr. Ahmet Yildiz’s presentation on September 29, 2014 at Columbia University. He delivered a talk on his  research titled “The Mechanism of Cytoplasmic Dynein Motility.” Sponsored by NETA, this talk was hosted by Dr. Ruben Gonzalez. NETA Talks Series aims to bring together scientists in New York Metropolitan Area to provide them a platform fo… → Read More

NETA Natural and Life Sciences Conference 2014

2014 Annual NETA Natural and Life Sciences Conference will be held at State University of New York at Albany on May 24-25 weekend. The event will be between at 9:00 am to 6:00 pm on Saturday and 9:00 am to 1:00 pm on Sunday. There will be continental breakfast coffee and boxed lunch. We are now welcoming titles for oral and poster presentation. Please send your personal information along with the title of the t… → Read More

Modified power save model for better energy efficiency and reduced packet latency

Devices constituting wireless ad-hoc networks generally operate in battery power, energy efficiency is a critical research issue. IEEE 802.11 Power Save Mode is a standard recommended for energy efficient operation of wireless ad-hoc networks. When there is no data to transfer, energy is still utilized by IEEE 802.11 PSM during the ATIM window. With this work, an attempt is made to address this drawback with the prop… → Read More

Synthetic Molecular Machines

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