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December 22nd, 2014
Sarah Perry

One of Prof. Perry's recent papers, "Protein Encapsulation via Polypeptide Complex Coacervation" was highlighted on the C&EN News SCENE, and in "Charged Polymers Package Proteins," Chemical & Engineering News, 92(45), 27 (2014).

November 15th, 2014

Our paper demonstrating proof-of-concept for serial on-chip Laue crystallography was just published in the Journal of Applied Crystallography!

"In Situ Serial Laue Diffraction on a Microfluidic Crystallization Device," S.L. Perry, S. Guha, A.S. Pawate, R. Henning, I. Kosheleva, V. Šrajer, P.J.A. Kenis, and Z. Ren, Journal of Applied Crystallography, (2014) 47, 1975-1982(2014). [PDF]

October 28th, 2014

Some of Prof. Perry's postdoctoral research was just published in the Journal of Physical Chemistry B!

"Small Angle Neutron Scattering Study of Complex Coacervate Micelles and Hydrogels Formed from Ionic Diblock and Triblock Copolymers," D.V. Krogstad, S.H. Choi, N.A. Lynd, D.J. Andrus, S.L. Perry, J.D. Gopez, C.J. Hawker, E.J. Kramer, and M. Tirrell, Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 118, 13011-13018 (2014). [PDF]

October 10th, 2014
2014 Group

Welcome to Yalin Liu, Li-Wei Chang, and Shuo Sui, the founding doctoral students in the lab!

October 3th, 2014
MRSEC Symposium Flyer

Prof. Perry will be presenting on the topic of "Biomimetic Polypeptide-Based Coacervates" as part of the MRSEC Symposium on Wed. Oct. 8th at 10:45am in Conte A110-111.

September 30th, 2014
Cameron Johnston

Welcome to Cameron Johnston, a senior in Chemical Engineering who will be working in collaboration with the Emrick Lab to synthesize and test out novel polymeric materials for complex coacervates.

September 24th, 2014
Sarah Perry

Prof. Perry was elected to serve on the Council for the International Organization for Biological Crystallization (IOBCr).

September 19th, 2014
Sarah Perry
September 3rd, 2014
Cristina Robalo

Welcome to Cristina Robalo, an undergraduate in Chemical Engineering who will be working to help build the lab and develop microfluidic platforms for time resolved crystallography.

August 29th, 2014
Rasmia Shamsi

Welcome to Rasmia Shamsi, an undergraduate in Chemical Engineering who will be working to help build the lab and characterize the phase behavior of complex coacervates.