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Local researchers address obstacles hindering use of molecular scissors in medicine

The limitless potential of molecular scissors – as the name itself implies they’re used to cut DNA for intended gene targets- well, their potential in the realm of medicine is enormous… opening doors to new treatment methods for incurable, chronic and degenerative diseases. For this week’s IT and Science Front segment, our science correspondent Kim […]

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Bioclipse:”Open Source” Tutorial: Free software for molecular scientists, 3D chemical modeling

Bioclipse: Free software for molecular scientists. Bioclipse is open source software that integrates separate programs into a single interface that lets you: edit two dimensional structures manipulate three dimensional models and predict molecular behavior Initially, the workbench is empty. After installing “sample data”, the “left navigator panel” will have files. Bioclipse can edit two dimensional […]

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Molecular Geometry Examples with VSEPR Model – Chemistry Tips

In this video, I’ll give a few examples of some different molecular geometries of some molecules as well as some molecular ions here. I’m going to be using the VSEPR model. That’s V-S-E-P-R. And you’re saying, “Hey, that spells VSEPR, not ‘vesper.’” But we have to put it in that order because it stands for […]

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