The School of Chemistry and Biochemistry holds its 2017 Graduate Research Symposium & Awards, sponsored by BASF.
The symposium features the following talks:
1:15-1:35 Haopeng Xiao, "Developing novel MS-based methods to characterize protein glycosylation in human cells"
1:40-2:00 Nicholas Kovacs, "Frozen in time: the history of proteins"
2:05-2:25 Xiaoling Zang, "Detecting cystic fibrosis acute pulmonary exacerbations by mass spectrometry-based metabolomics"
2:30-2:50 Mena Aioub, "Plasmonic nanoparticles for biological imaging and photothermal cancer therapy"
2:55-3:15 Madeline Vara, “Reinventing platinum-based nanocrystals for catalysis and energy conversion.”
3:20-3:40 Matt Sandridge, "Acid-catalyzed cyclizations of cyclopropyl carbinols"
An awards ceremony and reception follow the symposium.
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