Digital Library Object - Oral history of General Gordon R. Sullivan [interview].
Link To Full Record
Prediction of Chemical and Biological Properties of Organic Compounds from Molecular Structure
This website is a PDF file of 32 slides and accompanying notes that describe the process of determining quantitative structure activity relationships. The slides focus on the ADAPT software, but are generally useful to anyone interested in QSAR, and discuss the details of Structure Entry and Molecular Modeling, Descriptor Generation, Feature Selection, Model construction, and Model Validation.
Quantitative Chemical Analysis, 6e
This is a site with material related to Dan Harris\' textbook. It is not as general as some sites but the material is of high pedagogical value. Short tutorial sections are available for many topics with extensive web linkages. \"Living\" graphs and Excel files illustrate important material such as pH fractional composition and statistical analysis. Students can take practice quizzes on material from the text. Full Powerpoint slideshows include nearly all of the figures contained in the tex
This is a website by Syracuse Research Corporation. It contains numerous reference information including a link to the PBT profiler that SRC created for the U.S. EPA - this model predicts risk related data (physical/chemical properties, bioconcentrations, environmental fate, carcinogenicity and toxicity). There is also a link to a childhood lead risk assessment model, environmental fate database, and a physical properties database (> 25,000 chemicals). All the latter requires is a CAS number b
Short Tandem Repeat DNA Internet DataBase
This website contains comprehensive information relating to forensic DNA analysis. It has material from introductory to advanced level on forensic DNA technology. Provides general information on DNA markers that are of interest to human identification. Site contains both introductory to in-depth discussions of short tandem repeats (STRs) and other DNA markers currently used by the forensic community. Powerpoint and PDF presentations on STR training material are available and can be readily do
This link contains a set of lecture notes with illustrations from the potentiometry section of CEM 333, Instrumental Analysis at Michigan State University. Topics include potentiometric electrodes and their underlying theory, along with useful hints in their application.
What is Mass Spectrometry?
This site is a very thorough page by page description about what mass spectometry is and how it is used. It has many useful figures and references to other materials. The site is well organized and easy to use.
Principal Components Analysis Tutorial
This site provides a clear introduction to the principle component analysis (PCA) without overwhelming the student. The tutorial includes a brief introduction and an explanation of the mathematics of PCA.
Italy strike adds to debt crisis fears
Sept. 6 - A national strike in Italy and doubts about it and Greece's willingness to push through the austerity demanded by their euro zone partners add to fears that the debt crisis may spiral out of control. Sonia Legg reports.
Japan needs credible debt-reduction plan: Fitch
Aug. 30 - As Japan gets its sixth prime minister in five years, Fitch Ratings analyst Andrew Colquhoun says reducing the country's debt level is crucial to avoiding a downgrade.
Capital corrosion - the new cost of safe-haven protection
Aug. 30 - Capital preservation is the hallmark of a safe haven asset. Private equity veteran Jon Moulton discusses why some risk averse investors are prepared to take a hit rather than be hostage to volatility.
Consumer confidence rocked in August
Aug 30 - Summary of business headlines: Confidence nosedives to more than two-year low in August; Home prices dip in June, according to seasonally adjusted figures by S&P/Case-Shiller; 3.3 million Americans still without power due to storm. Conway G. Gittens reports.
Breakingviews: Shale gas estimates shouldn't deter investors
Aug. 30 - Reuters Breakingviews Columnist Christopher Swann says whether or not the U.S. Geological Survey's recent report on the Marcellus shale gas field in New York is accurate, fracking is here to stay.
Irene hit apparel, department stores hardest, says analyst
Aug. 30 - Thomson Reuters Director of Consumer Research Jharonne Martis says lost sales from Hurricane Irene have forced retailers to employ steep discounts, which could hurt margins, especially among apparel stores.
U.S. says violence in Iraq will be contained
Aug. 30 - While a recent spike of violence in Iraq raises concerns as U.S. forces prepare to leave, the U.S. military maintains they see no return to sectarian warfare. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
Anger as Spain debates debt
Aug. 30 - Protesters take to the streets of Madrid as Spain's parliament discusses reforming the constitution to set a debt ceiling. Joanna Partridge reports.