Prof. David Pullman's lab studies the photophysics of nanoparticles.
Prof. Christal Sohl studies the molecular mechanisms underlying human disease.
Nucleic acid structure and modification
Prof. Swairjo has a new paper on the biosynthesis of an important modified tRNA nucleoside.
Marine Bioinorganic and Bioorganic Chemistry
Prof. Carl Carrano, awarded a fellowship to study in Germany by the Hanse Wissenschaftskolleg Advanced Study Institute, is editing a special issue of Molecules.
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- Congratulations to Prof. Diane Smith and coauthors including Prof. Jeff Gustafson on the acceptance of an exciting new paper in JACS, reporting the first example of an important electrochemical transformation of hydrogen bonding arrays.
- Prof. Carl Carrano has been appointed Editor in Chief of the journal BioMetals and co-Guest Editor for a special issue of Frontiers in Microbiology on "The Role of Bacterial-Algal Interactions in Harmful Algal Blooms." Congratulations, Carl!
- Check out the new paper by staff member Dr. Greg Elliott in ChemMedChem on small molecule inhibitors of lung cancer! Nice work.
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