Physics 500 Tuesdays at 4:50 in room 1131 (Note change in
On Tuesday, Jan. 20, Kevin Cahill led a discussion of the
stem cells switch sides and
Suppression of Antitumor
Immunity by Stromal Cells Expressing
Fibroblast Activation Protein-alpha.
On Tuesday, Jan. 27, Kevin Cahill led a discussion of
the papers Proteins
in dynamic equilibrium, One protein, many
functions, and Malignant
cells facilitate lung metastasis by bringing
their own soil.
The seminar of Tuesday, Feb.1, was cancelled by UNM due to
On Tuesday, Feb. 8, Jim Thomas led a discussion of
the papers Single-Molecule
Sensitivity in Optical
Room Temperature and Ground-State
Depletion Microscopy: Detection
Sensitivity of Single-Molecule Optical Absorption
at Room Temperature.
On Tuesday, Feb. 15, Jim Thomas led a discussion
of the paper Protein
for an all-optical proteomic platform.
On Tuesday, Feb. 22, Fang Huang talked about his research.
On Tuesday, March 1, Peter Relich will lead a discussion of the paper DNA aptamer-micelle as an efficient
detection/delivery vehicle toward cancer cells and
if there's time, Kevin Cahill will lead a discussion about the papers The road to integrative cancer therapies:
emergence of a tumor-associated fibroblast protease as a potential
therapeutic target in cancer and Awakening
The talk normally scheduled for Tuesday in room 1131 will be by
Fang Huang at the annual meeting of the Biophysical Society in
Baltimore. See their program for time and place.
On Tuesday, March 22, we will talk about the meeting of the
Biophysical Society which some of us just attended.
On Tuesday, March 28, Jim Thomas will lead a discussion of the papers
A New Twist for
Electron Beams and Electron Vortex Beams with
High Quanta of Orbital Angular Momentum.
On Tuesday, April 5, Susan Atlas will talk. Her title is,
"Toward charge-transfer atomistic studies of the molecular motor
On Tuesday, April 12th, Susan Atlas will talk again about
The seminar of April 17th was canceled by popular demand.
Kevin Cahill will talk about the electrostatics of cell membranes
on April 26th.
On Tuesday, May 3, Steve Koch will talk about "Kinesin and
microtubules in heavy water. And open science success stories."