Michael Goggin, professor of physics, and collaborators from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor and the Naval Research Laboratory had their paper “Direct Excitation of a Single Quantum Dot with Cavity-SPDC Photons” published in Optics Express. This paper is a result of work done while Goggin was on sabbatical at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign during spring 2016.

Truman students Abby Held, Molly Huebner and Jake Collins gave research poster presentations at the 2019 MERCURY Conference on Computational Chemistry at Furman University in Greenville, S.C. July 17-19. Chemistry majors Held and Huebner presented on the design and discovery of inhibitors for the enzyme aromatase, which is implicated in breast cancer and endometriosis. Collins, a sophomore biochemistry and molecular biology major, presented his research on the catalytic mechanism of DNA polymerase I in a thermophile. These students will be continuing their research projects during the academic year in the Miller Research Lab.

millerchemstudents19.jpg Abby Held, Jake Collins, Molly Huebner and Bill Miller III
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