Dr. Xu’s group has published the following papers:
Wang, L.; Huang, D.; Chan, C.K.; Yong, J.L. and Xu, X. G. “Nanoscale Spectroscopic and Mechanical Characterization of Individual Aerosol Particles Using Peak Force Infrared Microscopy” Chemical Communications 2017, 53, 7397.... Read More
David Vicic gave invited lectures at the University of Ottawa and at Juniata College. He was also an invited speaker at the ACS National Meeting in San Francisco, the Mid-Atlantic Regional Meeting of the ACS held in Hershey, and the International Symposium on Fluorous Technologies held at Tufts University. Two members of the Vicic lab--Long Xu and Peter Kaplan--defended their Ph.D. dissertations in 2017. Long is currently working as...Read More
The Vezenov Research Group has reported findings on interactions in soft matter systems in two papers:
Selivanova, N.M.; Sautina, N.V.; Vezenov, D.V.; Stoyanov, O. V. and Galyametdinov, Y.G. “Evaluation of Interactions Between Liquid Crystal Films and Silane Monolayers by Atomic Force Microscopy” Journal of Molecular Liquids ...Read More
Dr. Damien Thévenin was invited to speak at the Cancer Research Center of Toulouse (Toulouse, France), the Center for Cancer Research at the National Cancer Institute in Frederick, MD, and the Department of Chemistry, Binghamton University, State University of New York (Binghamton, NY).
Dr. Jim Roberts was recognized for excellence in service and advising when the college hosted its annual faculty awards dinner on March 30. David Vicic, who nominated Jim for the award, notes: “Jim has gone above and beyond in the realm of service. He filled in when we were searching for our new Director of Instrumentation, he plays a lead role in safety in the department, and he singlehandedly directed the network re-cabling of the...Read More
Dr. Regen and his group published the following materials:
Wang, C.; Yu, Y. and Regen, S.L. “Lipid Raft Formation: Key Role of Polyunsaturated Phosphlipids” Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2017, 56, 1639-1642.
Lin, C.; Stedronsky, E....Read More
The Pires' Research group synthesized analogs of cell walls and established that they are tolerated by bacteria, which provided an efficient way to graft handles on bacterial cell surfaces. With these concepts defined, they showed that this mode of grafting antigens onto bacterial cell surfaces was superior to their original concept. Their work was published in 2016 in the journal ACS Infectious Diseases without a request...Read More
Joining the Landskron Research Group are postdoctoral Research Associates Shan Zhu and Swapan Das. In the spring, the Lankskron group published the following papers:
Liu, C. and Landskron, K. “Design, Construction, and Testing of a Supercapacitive Swing Adsorption Module for CO2 Separation” Chemical Communications 2017...Read More
In addition to the patent reported in our Spring 2016 newsletter, Dr. Heindel’s research group has recently been issued two more patents and one published provisional patent for their work in new pharmaceutical development.
The patents are "Augmenting Moieties for AntiInflammatory Compounds," U.S. Patent 9,512,068 (2016); and "Vanilloid Fatty Hydroxamates as...Read More