This talk will address the development of three classes of graphene-based materials as (1) support for metal nanoparticle catalysts in heterogeneous catalysis, (2) sorbent materials for the removal of heavy metal ions from polluted water, and (3) photothermal energy converter materials for efficient solar water desalination.
The functions of nucleotides and nucleic acids involve their interactions with cellular proteins. In this presentation, I will discuss about our recent efforts toward the development and applications of quantitative proteomic methods for unbiased, proteome-wide discovery of proteins that can recognize unique secondary structures of DNA. I will also discuss our recent development of targeted quantitative proteomic methods for interrogating ATP- and GTP-binding proteins at the entire proteome scale.
Cindy Knight has been named recipient of the 2018 Leonard W. Sandridge Outstanding Contribution Award. This is the most prestigious award that a staff member can earn. Her award includes Dinner at the Boar’s head with President Sullivan, a lunch with the Board of Visitors, and consideration for nomination for Governor’s Awards.
• Outstanding contribution to the overall mission, objectives, and values of the University