Greg’s paper was just published in BBA – Biomembranes. Congrats Greg!
The 2014 Gordon Research Conference in Biointerface Science was a resounding success. Thanks go to all the speakers and discussion leaders, for presenting thought provoking new material and for providing excellent discussions! A link to the program can be found here: 2014 Biointerface Science GRC Program
I also would like to thank the sponsors, including GRC, NSF, ARO, ONR-G, ICAM, Biointerphases, Oxford Instruments, NSF Triangle MRSEC, and the Pratt School of Engineering at Duke.
Congratulate Lei Tang for passing her preliminary exam today, well done Lei!
A collaborative and interdisciplinary proposal entitled “Carbon-Supported Earth-Abundant Materials with Tailored Interfaces for Energy Applications” was recently funded by Duke University’s Energy Initiative Energy Research Seed Fund. In this activity, the PIs will leverage their combined expertise in synthesis by Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD) (Glass), characterization by Accoustic and Electrochemical Scanning Probe Microscopies (SPM) (Zauscher), and first-principles Atomistic Simulations of interfacial structure and electronic properties (Blum), to fabricate carbon-supported transition metal 2D materials with enhanced properties to improve their efficiency and viability for energy applications.
Greg Hardy passed his Ph.D. defense with flying colors on Thursday March 27, 2014. Congratulations Greg!
Enzymatic Polymerization of High Molecular Weight DNA Amphiphiles That Self-Assemble into Star-Like Micelles
Here the link to the polynucleotide micelle paper: