A Passion for Nitrogen – Amine Functionalization, Sustainable Chemistry, and Bioactive Natural Products | Till Opatz - Johannes Gutenberg Universitat Mainz
A Passion for Nitrogen – Amine Functionalization, Sustainable Chemistry, and Bioactive Natural Products | Till Opatz - Johannes Gutenberg University
Single Molecules and Computational Optics for Imaging Single-Molecule Dynamics | Professor Matthew Lew - Washington University – St. Louis Department of Electrical & Systems Engineering
Biosynthesis of Cyclic Peptide Antibiotics | Wilfred van der Donk - University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Stable radicals for EPR and NMR spectroscopies | Snorri Sigurdsson - University of Iceland
A Multi-dimensional Approach to Track Molecular Dynamics at Extreme Scales | Elad Harel - Northwestern University
Polymers, patterns, and plasmons: Localized, nanopatterned chemistry on silicon | Jillian Buriak - University of Alberta
Solid State NMR of Macromolecular Assemblies: Alzheimer's, Prions and Microliter DNP | Kurt Zilm - Yale University
Targeting Proteostasis to Treat Amyloid Diseases | Dr. Lars Plate - The Scripps Research Inst.
Adventures in Chaperone Structural Biology | Dr. Scott Horowitz - Howard Hughes Medical Inst.
Chemical Tools to Expand the Ligandable Proteome: Proteome-Wide Screening of Cysteine- and Lysine-Reactive Fragment Electrophiles | Dr. Keriann Backus - The Scripps Research Inst.
Towards time-domain magnetic resonance at > 200 GHz and extending characterization capabilities for materials | Song-I Han - University of California - Santa Barbara
Observing Molecular Dynamics of Catalysis at Solid-Liquid Interfaces | Tanja Cuk, University of California - Berkeley
New Approaches to Bioactive Carbohydrates, Fluorination, and Radiofluorination | Hien Nguyen - University of Iowa
Metal-Ligand Chemistry in Multimetallic Nanoparticle Synthesis and Performance | Jill Millstone, University of Pittsburgh
Reductive Conversion of Lignin with Copper-doped Catalysts | Marcus Foston - Washington University - St. Louis
Nuclear Shapes and Shape Isomerism | John Wood - Georgia Tech
Energy Storage based on Rechargeable Oxygen Batteries and Solar Batteries | Yiying Wu - The Ohio State University