Tennyson Lab

The Tennyson Lab has a new website!

Research in the Tennyson lab harnesses redox chemistry to address unsolved challenges in medicine and environmental remediation. Their highly-interdisciplinary research projects lie at the interface of classical organometallic catalysis with biomaterials, oxidative stress, and sustainable building materials.
The Mark and Heather Rosenker Center for Political Communication and Civic Leadership

The Rosenker Center for Political Communication and Civic Leadership has a new website!

The Mark and Heather Rosenker Center for Political Communication and Civic Leadership unites research, education, and public engagement to foster democratic communication by a diverse people.
Pantophlet Laboratory - Home page

New website for Pantophlet Laboratory at Simon Fraser University

The Pantophlet Lab aims to contribute to the field of vaccine immunology through the development of novel vaccine antigens and vaccination strategies. They probe how epitopes dictate antibody recognition and are investigating also how epitope modifications affect the elicitation of antibody responses of desired specificity. As an extension of this work, they are exploring how to engineer and formulate immunogens to elicit neutralizing antibodies to conserved sites on viruses such as HIV-1 and influenza.
Wechsler-Reya-lab

Wechsler-Reya Lab has a new website!

The Wechsler-Reya lab studies the signals that control cell growth and differentiation in the nervous system and how these signals are dysregulated in brain tumors.
Advanced Center for Parkinson's Research
Indiana Wesleyan University Department of Physics

Indiana Wesleyan University Department of Physics has a new website!

Welcome to our physics homepage at Indiana Wesleyan University!
Penn Engineering Online Learning
Musashi Gene Research

Musashi Gene Research has a new website!

Although iconic in Japanese history and culture, Musashi’s name and unique story became part of the scientific lexicon serendipitously. In the early 1990s, a group of scientists led by noted neurobiologist Craig Montell discovered a new gene, which, when mutated, led to a cell fate determination defect in sensory organ precursor cells.
Alemseged LabAlemseged Lab home page

New Website for Zeray Alemseged, paleoanthropologist

Professor Zeray Alemseged is a paleoanthropologist in the Department of Organismal Biology and Anatomy at the University of Chicago. His research interests include human evolution and the exploration of the factors that shaped the evolution of humans and extinct ancestral species.