A paradoxical human mesh

Fibrin clots at work in forming a mesh of blood cells to fill up a hole in a vessel. (Eye of Science / Photo Researchers, Inc) Written by Raman van Wee Speaker:  Gijsje Koenderink Department: FOM institute AMOLF Subject: Biophysics of fibrin clots      Location: Erasmus MC          Date: 18-12-2017     Professor Koenderink kicked off with a great … Continue reading A paradoxical human mesh

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Biophysical properties of fibrin

Speaker: Gijsje Koenderink Department: Systems Biophysics, AMOLF Subject: Biophysics of fibrin clots Location: Erasmus MC Date: 18-12-2017       Author: Nemo Andrea Gijsje Koenderink is head of the systems biophysics department at the AMOLF research institute, based in Amsterdam. She was going to discuss the topic of fibrin clots, as part of the hematology lectures … Continue reading Biophysical properties of fibrin

“Biophysical properties of fibrin”

  Speaker:             Gijsje Koenderink   Department:     Biological Soft Matter Subject:              Biophysical properties of fibrin Location:           Rotterdam, Wytemaweg 80  Date:                    18-12-2017 Author:               Maricke Angenent   Gijsje Koenderink is the group leader of the research group ‘Biological Soft Matter’ at AMOLF, one of the Dutch research laboratories. Her group is mostly … Continue reading “Biophysical properties of fibrin”

Disrupting ultrashort nucleic acid duplex with mechanical force

Speaker: Kevin Whitley Department: University of Illionois at Urbana -Champain Subject: Disrupting ultrashort nucleic acid duplex with mechanical force Location: Bionanoscience Department, TU Delft Date: 30-06-2017 Author: Mirte Golverdingen Kevin Whitley did research to the hybridization kinetics of DNA under force. He tried to understand the transition state of nucleic acid hybridization. Hybridization is used … Continue reading Disrupting ultrashort nucleic acid duplex with mechanical force

Optical Tweezers: gene regulation, studied one molecule at a time

Speaker:  Steven M. Block Institute Speaker: Applied Physics and Biological Sciences, Stanford University Organising Department: Kavli Institute Subject:  Optical Tweezers: gene regulation, studied one molecule at a time     Location: Faculty of Industrial Design, TU Delft Date: 01-12-16 Author: Nemo Andrea Professor Block is a well-known figure in the bionanoscience department. He is considered to … Continue reading Optical Tweezers: gene regulation, studied one molecule at a time