- 1 Welcome to Wikipedia!!!
- 2 The obligatory test message
- 3 Won Kyum Kim post Testing
- 4 From Vivek
- 5 Re:Intro materials for student wiki project
- 6 Jon Hsu test post
- 7 Messages from GBoran!
- 8 Priya's Test Post
- 9 Elaine's Test Post
- 10 Jon's edited article
- 11 From Regina
- 12 Steve's Test Post
- 13 Avani's test post
- 14 Babu Singh's test post
- 15 Will's post
- 16 hw 8
- 17 Re:WP:SUP
- 18 Evan's Test Post
- 19 Depyrogenation draft article
- 20 Re: Folding@Home
- 21 Babu's Precipitation Article
- 22 SCOTM
- 23 Lyophilization Article Rough Draft
- 24 Tablet and Dose Preparation Rough Draft
- 25 F@H - you're welcome
- 26 DNA Seperation site
- 27 Update WP:SUP?
- 28 Evaporators
- 29 Viral Processing
- 30 Avani's article
- 31 Page move debate opinion needed
- 32 Message from Ramya
- 33 Milly created a wiki account!
- 34 Alex Roth created a wiki account
- 35 Sarah created a wiki account
- 36 Emilda created a wiki account and made change
- 37 Zach's Wiki Account
- 38 Ali Ahmed Wiki Account
- 39 Welcoming your latest project
- 40 Hasini created a wiki account
- 41 David Peng created a wiki account
- 42 Ramya's Final Presentation
- 43 Tim Bosworth Test Post
- 44 Elaine Wolfe Test Post
- 45 Cecilia Turcios's post
- 46 Amelia Adams's Post
- 47 Bioseparation
- 48 Saying Hello
- 49 Shawn Malloy Bioseperation Class
- 50 Bioseparation class
- 51 Pauline Stewart's test post
- 52 Olivia Carr Test Post
- 53 ICES
Welcome to Wikipedia!!!
The obligatory test message
Just a little starting message, from susato to susato. Please start a new heading if you post here - thanks!
Won Kyum Kim post Testing
Won Kyum Kim from bioseperation class
Just finished my account, I would like to review evaporation, protein purification, and blood processing.
Re:Intro materials for student wiki project
Indeed you can reuse the materials freely - it was part of our goal to help other teachers when we designed them. Also, you may want annouce your project on WP:SUP and check Wikiversity.-- 19:15, 9 November 2006 (UTC)
Jon Hsu test post
I just made my user account, and this is a test post
Jhsuosu 03:46, 14 November 2006 (UTC)
Messages from GBoran!
I subscribed and got my user name as GBoran!
GBoran 05:35, 14 November 2006 (UTC)
What I am planning to do on gelatin article is to extend sections of production and uses along with making some information given in the article up to date. Also, I am planning to rearrange headings by adding new headings and/or changing some of them to make the article well organized.
I would most like to review articles on "Protein Precipitation", "Solid Phase Extraction", "Evaporation", and "Crystallization".
Priya's Test Post
Hi, I set up an account and the topics I would be interested in reviewing are - Virus inactivation in Cell-Based Products , Protein Precipitation, Pyrogen removal from injectable protein products, Tablet and Dose Preparation and Packaging, DNA purification, or Blood Processing.
I edited the stub on Schistoma mekongi.
--PShoor 18:23, 14 November 2006 (UTC)
Elaine's Test Post
Emk39 19:26, 14 November 2006 (UTC) I set up a user account and the articles I would be most interested in reviewing are virus inactivation in cell-based products, protein precipitation, crystallization, pyrogen removal, freeze drying/sterilization of pharmaceuticals, and evaporation.
Jon's edited article
I added the last sentence at the end of the Qiagen article.
Hello- I just made my account! My comments about downstream processing are already written on the discussion page for the site. I would be interested in reviewing any of the following projects: Virus inactivation in Cell-Based Products, Blood Processing, Protein precipitation, Tablet and Dose Preparation and Packaging , Freeze Drying or Sterilization of pharmaceuticals, or Crystallization.
ReginaSophia 19:10, 16 November 2006 (UTC)
Steve's Test Post
I set up my account and added an example of natural crystallization processes on the Crystallization article. For the review topics... I'd be interested in both types of blood fractionation, pulsed field separation of large DNA fragments, depyrogenation, removal and deactivation of viruses... and I don't know what a Podbielnak extractor is, but it sounds fun.
Steve Lund 23:07, 16 November 2006 (UTC)
Avani's test post
I am interested in the blood processing topicSnicker291 00:06, 17 November 2006 (UTC)
Babu Singh's test post
Hi everyone! I would like to edit articles on blood fractionation, evaporation, crystallization, removal and deactivation of viruses in blood and tissue culture products, freeze drying, and depyrogenation. I edited the bare article on Protein Structure Prediction Software. I discussed how the software Jpred compares a query protein sequence to homologous proteins. -Babu
Hey everyone, I’m interested in reviewing: Virus inactivation in Cell-Based Products, Pyrogen removal from injectable protein products, DNA purification, Blood Processing, Tablet and Dose Preparation, and Crystallization. I edited the Centrifugation article and left comments on the Downstream Processing article.
Wwc26 20:49, 17 November 2006 (UTC)
- Thanks Jon - good to see some discussion ensuing already.susato 19:33, 29 November 2006 (UTC)
Your project looks very interesting, I'd love to hear what you and your students thought about it afterwards (are you goint to repeat it?). In terms of review, there are several ways to do it other then asking a particular editor for input (and I don't know any chemists, unfortunatly). There is a WP:PR, but as you can see replies are not that common. Then there is a Wikipedia:WikiProject Chemistry, it may have its own review and asking for input from its members on its talk page may be a good idea. WP:GA is guaranteed to offer a review by a single editor, but there is no guarantee it will be sb with knowledge of chemistry - bottom line is that we have few real experts from academia like yourself, and even fewer who are active in reviewing (which is no different from reviewing in academic journals, isn't it? :). Beyond that, WP:FAC is the most active but article needs to pass certain requirements before it should be listed there. I hope that helps!-- 19:20, 28 November 2006 (UTC)
Evan's Test Post
Hi, it's me Evan...finally (hehe). Wow, Wikipedia is soooo cool. I never realized how awesome it could be. Anyway, I'm doing Viral Inactivation/Removal in Cell-based products. I will have my draft ready by next week!
Oh! And I added the last sentance in the "concerts" section of the Cornell University Hangovers page.
EvjamminEvjammin 00:15, 1 December 2006 (UTC)
Depyrogenation draft article
I finished the draft for my Depyrogenation article, and left a link with all of my reviewers except Avani, who hasn't made a user page yet.
Jhsuosu 22:47, 3 December 2006 (UTC)
Thanks for your note. I admit I'm a bit confused about Records' behavior; his other contributions (in particular a series of extremely confused reference desk questions) indicate a serious lack of knowledge about the subject he's so enthusiastically promoting. I agree that the F@H forum members' SCOTM votes are not really 'spam'; they responded in good faith to a request they had no obvious reason to think was out of line, though I'm not convinced the votes should stand as 'legitimate' SCOTM votes (but that's up to the maintainer of the project). I'm not familiar with the demographics of the F@H forum users, but if they tend to be experts or at least well-informed about the technique and methodology, they probably don't need SCOTM anyway, and would of course be welcome to improve the article. If they tend to be closer to end-user enthusiasts I'd be a little less encouraging, as (IMO) the article is already rather cheerleadery and what it lacks in technical detail is not something that non-expert end-users can reasonably provide.
FWIW I don't think there's a need to wait till the Aβ results come out if there is interest in working on the article now - it can always be updated again later, and what the article needs most is methodological detail, not the specifics of recent results. But if anyone's interested, our article on amyloid beta is rather bad; it's been on my back burner for months now and badly needs expansion... hint, hint ;) Opabinia regalis 23:14, 3 December 2006 (UTC)
In response to your request I reply:
== Updates ==
- Reference & Bibliography merged as per suggestion of User:Selmo --Records 01:39, 4 December 2006 (UTC)
- Added new section for Google Compute & F@H with more information. --Records 02:02, 4 December 2006 (UTC)
- Improved Lead. --Records 02:11, 4 December 2006 (UTC)
- Removed bulky quote as it is not encylopedic. --Records 02:20, 4 December 2006 (UTC)
- Removed See Also as links in article direct to See Also articles, besides FA articles don't have see also eg. todays one.--Records 02:33, 4 December 2006 (UTC)
- Removed BOINC section as they dont plan on releasing a BOINC client in the near future besides the stand alone is more easy for newbies.--Records 02:33, 4 December 2006 (UTC)
- Changed Progress to Participation. --Records 02:33, 4 December 2006 (UTC)
Now lets put it on the MAin Page of WIkipedia = More Tera Flops!
- After this "explanation" I am totally opposed to this article being nominated. User continues to spam talk pages for his cause and has admitted personal gain motivations. pschemp | talk 03:08, 4 December 2006 (UTC)
Babu's Precipitation Article
Hey guys, I uploaded my article onto Wikipedia and a few images. I'll leave the link on people's sites who are reviewing mine.
Babusingh252 23:25, 3 December 2006 (UTC)
Well, you may be aware that the whole SCOTM nomination of Folding@Home turned sour with Records turning out to be a sockpuppet of a known disruptive sockpuppeteer. Meanwhile, we archived the nomination because things were getting out of hand. I understand though that you have a genuine interest in improving this article, and I'm sure that after we let a little bit of grass grow over this, the article could be nominated again, should you wish to do so. Best regards, Samsara (talk • contribs) 04:01, 4 December 2006 (UTC)
Lyophilization Article Rough Draft
Hey everyone, my rough draft for the lyophilization article is up. I'm concerned about the organization of the article, since freeze drying can apply to so many areas. Right now, I feel like the introduction is too long.
Wwc26 04:46, 4 December 2006 (UTC)
Tablet and Dose Preparation Rough Draft
Hi, my rough draft, Tablet and Dose Preparation, Pharmaceutical Preparation is up. I still have a lot to add and the references are still not up. But you can take a look at it for now and give me your thoughts. thanks! Emk39 04:52, 4 December 2006 (UTC)
F@H - you're welcome
You're welcome; glad I could help a tiny bit. (Maybe I should join WP's Esperanza or Kindness Campaign or see what it takes to be an administrator ... some day ...) So, what's your side of what's happened here? Did the user 'Records' recruit the other 7 voters? You may reply to me via email if you wish. Kind Regards, Keesiewonder 12:26, 4 December 2006 (UTC)
DNA Seperation site
Here is a link to my page: DNA Separation by Silica Adsorption It's almost ready and will be completed by tonight (SOrry, I just realized that today is the 4th, I thought it was the 3rd today!) —The preceding unsigned comment was added by ReginaSophia (talk • contribs) 15:58, 4 December 2006 (UTC).
Perhaps in the near future you'd like to update the status of WP:SUP listing of your course, and add info on articles created/edit, and yours and your students experiences?--17:02, 5 December 2006 (UTC)
- One more tool for reviews I've found very usefu: User talk:AndyZ/peerreviewer.js.-- 21:05, 5 December 2006 (UTC)
I have finished my draft article on Viral Processing. Sorry it is late. I got a little confused about the due date :-)...
Evjammin 09:53, 6 December 2006 (UTC)
Snickerr291 18:50, 7 December 2006 (UTC)hi
notice new account name: snickerr291
here's the link to my article http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chromatography_in_Blood_Processing
Page move debate opinion needed
Hi, user DIV (a chemical engineer), i.e. User talk:18.104.22.168, and myself (a chemical engineer) have been debating over the name of the Gibbs free energy article for seven months now. DIV is demanding that both the Gibbs free energy and Helmholtz free energy articles be moved to “Gibbs energy” and “Helmholtz energy” per IUPAC definitions, and is continuously rewriting all the related articles in Wikipedia on this view. According to my opinion, as well as others, e.g. 2002 encyclopedia Britannica, 2006 encyclopedia Encarta, 2004 Oxford Dictionary of Chemistry, 2005 Barnes & Noble’s The Essential Dictionary of Science, the 2004 McGraw-Hill Concise Encyclopedia of Chemistry, Eric Weissteins World of Physics: Gibbs Free Energy, etc., Gibbs free energy and Helmholtz free energy are the most common usages. If you have an opinion on this issue could you please comment here. Thanks: --Sadi Carnot 20:20, 1 January 2007 (UTC)
Message from Ramya
Hi, I plan on editing the article on cell culture, drawing on my experience working in lab.
Milly created a wiki account!
Alex Roth created a wiki account
Hey guys. I just created the account. I will be trying to improve the article on centrifugation. Right now, I added to the article a small stub on sigma analysis. See you all in class. --22.214.171.124 (talk) 13:34, 19 November 2008 (UTC)
Sarah created a wiki account
Emilda created a wiki account and made change
Hi, i created my account and added a few things to the article on HRI heme regulated inhibitor kinase Special:Contributions/Etg4 —Preceding unsigned comment added by Etg4 (talk • contribs) 03:54, 19 November 2008 (UTC)
Zach's Wiki Account
Hi! I just created a Wiki account. For HW 7, I would like to add to the liquid-liquid extraction page. It currently makes no mention of the 2-phase aqueous extraction, even though there is a wiki page for it. I would like to add a link. Z ShardZ (talk) 07:38, 19 November 2008 (UTC)
Ali Ahmed Wiki Account
Hi Prof. Hunter I want to let you know that I added new information to the 1,3-Propanediol wikipedia article for Homework #7. Specifically, I talked about the fermentation process recently developed by DuPont. It's under the section called "BioPDO". —Preceding unsigned comment added by Yahuzu Giri (talk • contribs) 09:18, 19 November 2008 (UTC)
Welcoming your latest project
Hi there Susato
Happy to see more chemists or related contributors! I notice you've been running this project for a while, I'm sure you know how it works. Schools and universities project might still be worth a visit.
I've just edited the 1,3-propanediol page, cutting out most of what your student has written for undue weight. It comes with the territory, but I'm not sure if your students have been warned that their contributions are likely to be mangled beyond recognition to fit the house style. Perhaps a note might be helpful to avoid disappointment. --Rifleman 82 (talk) 10:27, 19 November 2008 (UTC)
Hasini created a wiki account
David Peng created a wiki account
Hi. I just created my account. I will be improving the article on column chromatography. I have made edits to the article about column chromatography already and I have linked it to another article. Bassmaster1137 (talk) 19:29, 19 November 2008 (UTC)
Ramya's Final Presentation
Hi. I would like to present on purification of monoclonal antibodies. The current wikipedia article has information on monoclonal antibodies but very little about bioseparation processes used to obtain them. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Tmyara (talk • contribs) 20:16, 21 November 2008 (UTC)
Tim Bosworth Test Post
Elaine Wolfe Test Post
Cecilia Turcios's post
Amelia Adams's Post
Shawn Malloy Bioseperation Class
Pauline Stewart's test post
Hello professor Hunter!!
Looking forward to BEE 4640 this semester and utilizing Wikipedia to publish information.
Cheers, Pauline Stewart