Technique could yield insights into complex proteins involved in Alzheimer’s and other diseases.
Honor shared with John Hartwig of the University of California at Berkeley for their development of a process to improve the synthesis of large organic molecules.
Theoretical analysis distinguishes observed “holes” from the huge list of hypothetically possible ones.
Five winners are recognized for their outstanding contributions to colleagues, the school, and the Institute.
Researchers develop a method to investigate how bacteria respond to starvation and to identify which proteins bind to the “magic spot” — ppGpp.
Chemists discover an unexpected synergy between two types of cancer drugs.
Together, cell growth rate and gene expression shed light on why some tumor cells survive treatment.
For three Committed to Caring honorees, mentorship is demonstrated through generosity and making connections.
Simple method for linking molecules could help overcome drug resistant infections.