Latest work from Stark Group (The City College of New York) & colleagues shows fascinating differences in melanization of two Cryptococcus, that depend on cell-wall composition.
Read more: https://www.jbc.org/content/295/7/1815
Congrats to our Chemistry PhD student Mikhail Miroshnikov (Prof. George John Lab at The City College of New York) on his first-author paper reporting about a nature-derived sodium-ion battery (SIB). This nature-inspired SIB cathode material provides avenues to build fast, stable, high-capacity electrodes using organic molecular systems.
Interested in environmental science?
Check out the latest work by Prof. Shuiqin Zhou (at College of Staten Island) and colleges, where they present the conversion of organic pollutants to highly efficient metal-free carbocatalysts with significant importance in the relevance of the industrial production of aniline and paracetamol.
The latest publication by our Prof. Michele Vittadello (at Medgar Evers College of the City University of New York) & Physics Prof. Lev Mourokh, describes the physical model of proton-pumping Q-cycle in respiratory and photosynthetic electron transport chains.
Read the latest publication from our Professors Benjamin P. Burton‐Pye, Gustavo E. Lopez, Donna McGregor (at Lehman College) & Lynn C. Francesconi (at Hunter College), on the stabilization of various Tc species by using polyoxometalates.
Congrats to our PhD students/alumni Anthony Cruz, Ramsey Salcedo, & Colleen M. B. Gallagher who contributed to this work.
Read the latest publication by Prof. Guillermo Gerona-Navarro (Brooklyn College) and collaborators, where they investigate the
molecular basis for Olinone’s selective recognition by two bromodomains (BrDs) proteins that play a critical role in numerous diseases including cancer.