Successful DefenseBlake Langdon has earned her PhD! In her research, Blake pioneered the use of single-molecule methods to study the interactions of proteins with materials.
Congrats on the JobPat Noonan, PhD, has begun working at Hyde Engineering and Consulting.
Auf WiedersehenMichael Skaug has moved on to a research position at IBM Research in Zurich, Switzerland. Congratulations on the new job.
Best PresentationsJoshua Mabry was awarded "First Place Presentation Overall" and James Weltz was awarded "2nd Place Presentation by a 2nd Year Student" at the Student Annual Research Symposium at CU-Boulder.
Most Read Paper!
Blake Langdon's paper Interfacial
Protein-Protein Associations was one of the most
accessed papers in Biomacromolecules
Research AwardDan Schwartz received the Dean's Award for Research for our outstanding performance last year.
Patrick Noonan recently defended his PhD thesis, titled Cooperative Self-Assembly at Interfaces and Its Impact on Long-Range Molecular Orientation.