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Grace Hopper Distinguished Lecture: Melody Swartz, University of Chicago

A Franklin Medal Laureate Lecture: “Building Therapies Layer-By-Layer”

Recipient of the 2024 Benjamin Franklin Medal in Chemistry

BE Seminar: “Using Computers to Derive Protein Structure from Sparse Data – A Case Study for Mass Spectrometry” (Steffen Lindert, Ohio State)

Mass spectrometry-based methods such as covalent labeling, surface induced dissociation (SID) or ion mobility (IM) are increasingly used to obtain information about protein structure. However, in contrast to other high-resolution […]

BE Seminar: “Mapping and engineering gene expression with chemical and spatial lenses” (Hailing Shi, Broad Institute & MIT)

Precise RNA expression, tailored to specific brain regions, cell types, and subcellular compartments, is pivotal for orchestrating complex brain functions. In the first part of my talk, I will introduce […]

MEAM Ph.D. Thesis Defense: “Photophoretic Light-flyers for Mesospheric Applications”

The Earth’s mesosphere plays a crucial role in weather forecasting, environmental conservation, and planetary exploration. However, traditional unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) such as balloons or spacecraft face significant challenges when […]

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