The MCAT, an exam that is administered by the Association of American Medical Colleges to assess medical school applicants, will undergo changes to make it a longer exam that tests more material.
A team of researchers at Stony Brook University, led by professor of theoretical crystallography Dr. Artem Oganov, found compelling evidence that redefines fundamental rules of chemistry.
When students in a freshman seminar class are asked about their intended majors, an overwhelming amount answer biology and pre-med. Their first steps in the door to college are prerequisite classes such as General Chemistry (CHE 131/132). This class can be a challenge for a first semester freshman that is trying to maintain their social life, grades and overall health during the transition from high school to college. At Stony Brook University, there are many resources and opportunities for chemistry students to get the extra help and review that they need.
Robert H. Grubbs, winner of the Nobel Prize for chemistry in 2005 and chemist at California Institute of Technology, came to SBU to present the Distinguished Lecture Series in Science…