Darrin M. York

 

 


 

Darrin has been a faculty member at Rutgers since 2010, and is currently director of the General Chemistry program and the graduate program in Computational Biology and Molecular Biophysics. He received his Ph.D. at UNC-Chapel Hill, and did postdoctoral work at Duke, Harvard, and ULP in Strasbourg, France. His research aims to develop and apply new multiscale modeling tools to understand the mechanisms of biocatalysis, and gain insight that will enable the rational design of new biotechnology.

More info: http://theory.rutgers.edu/~york/




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Jul 7th 2014

The course develops critical thinking and analytic problem solving skills within a chemistry context in order to prepare students for success in college-level General Chemistry—a key gateway class required for many undergraduate majors.

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