Monday, February 27
10:45 AM - 12:45 PM
This symposium highlights the work of rising young stars whose research is at the interface of the physical and life sciences.
|| Keir Neuman
Sharona Gordon, Washington University, Co-Chair
William Zagotta, Washington University, Co-Chair
Jasna Brujic, New York University
Biomimetic Emulsions Reveal the Mechanical Role of Pushing Forces in Cell-Cell Adhesion
Keir Neuman, NIH
Single-Molecule Tracking of Collagenase Reveals the Mechanism of Native Collagenfibril Degradation
Eva-Maria Schoetz, Princeton University
Stretching, Pulling, and Tearing: The Physics of Reproduction Without Sex
Liguo Wang, University of Washington
Structure of a Membrane Protein in a Membrane by cryo-EM.