THE GRUEBELE GROUP

Gruebele group members in the news

Martin gives Center for Advanced Study 30th Annual Lecture

Mapping Numbers to Sound – From Scientific Exploration to Immersive Musical Experience (David Rosenboom – Carla Scaletti – Martin Gruebele)

Minflux image from Gopika and Yuhan for the SCS image contest: watching individual proteins diffuse in a live cell

Gopika and Yuhan give IGB MINFLUX workshop

Farewell party for Mayank

Congratulations to Mayank on defending his thesis

Mayank wins the Best Poster Prize at 36th Annual Protein society Meeting

Meredith wins the best thesis prize of SCS in 2022

Gruebele group members Yuhan, Mayank, Arash, Aniket at 15th Midwest conference on protein folding

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Gruebele group members at 3rd UIUC Biophysical Annual Symposium

Gruebele group members: Yuhan, Aniket, Mayank, Mahima, Premila, Arash attend 3rd UIUC Biophysical symposium

Martin has published his 300th paper

Martin and Chenghao pose with their recent paper on PRA: Phys. Rev. A 105, 033322 (2022)

Farewell party for Meredith

Gruebele group at 2022 APS meeting

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Gruebele group at 2022 BPS meeting

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Martin on Illini Insider

Cheap, nontoxic carbon nanodots poised to be quantum dots of the future

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Anna Jean Wirth highlighted for Women’s History Month by the National Science Foundation.

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Professor Martin Gruebele led a team that developed a way to watch how unfolded proteins move through a cell using a fluorescent microscope and three-dimensional diffusion modeling.

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Greg Scott in ACS In Chemistry