The Free Organic Chemistry I Review Session was a success! This review session invited Teacher Assistants and students alike to review major concepts and prepare for the final examinations. Organic Chemistry requires constant reviewing and practise. The Chem Club understands that it becomes hard to focus on orbital diagrams or retrosynthesis questions, (especially with the Ottawa… Read More Free Review Session ft. Pizza and Knowledge
What use could the pruriens, or devil beans in Nigeria have for us? The Journal of Ethnopharmacology: suited for the travellers, the cooks, the anthologists,the pharmacists and the chemists.
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What do you get when you mix undergraduate students and posters? The UROP symposium! On March 24, 2016, about 120 undergraduate students of the faculty of science and health sciences presented their research as part of the UROP initiative. The Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP) provides undergraduate students with unique and exciting opportunities to explore cutting-edge research at the… Read More Chem Club’s Choice Awards
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Scientists have discovered that people need to sigh about 12 times an hour in order to prevent lung failure. Sighing is actually a life-saving reflex, and scientists have found the switch that controls it