Xianglan He successfully defended her dissertation today. Congratulations Dr. He!

This is an image of ß-Amyloid fibrils derived from ß-lactoglobulin taken using tapping-mode AFM in air on a piece of mica that has been chemically modified to bind our sample. 

Professor Talaga is teaching thirteen sections of Chem 120: General Chemistry I.

Professor Talaga is teaching Chem 590: Special Topics and two sections of Chem 120: General Chemistry I which includes a laboratory.

Jeremy Pronchik successfully defended his dissertation today. Congratulations Dr. Pronchik!

Professor Talaga is presenting at the Single Molecule Biophysics Conference at the Aspen Center for Physics.