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Professor Dantus Receives 2019 Technology Transfer Award at MSU Innovation Celebration May 6, 2019 Professor Dantus Receives 2019 Technology Transfer Award at MSU Innovation Celebration

Prof. Marcos Dantus, University Distinguished Professor and MSU Foundation Professor of Chemistry and Physics, received the 2019 Technology Transfer Award for his work with ultrafast lasers—an innovation that takes a low intensity, long pulse and compresses it to increase its energy. These lasers are ideal for probing and controlling chemical reactions and for use in biomedical imaging and sensing.
 

Virus-like particle could lead to new cancer vaccine March 9, 2018 Virus-like particle could lead to new cancer vaccine

Michigan State University scientists, led by College of Natural Science (NatSci) chemist Xuefei Huang, are engineering a virus-like particle, known as Qβ, that will generate anti-cancer immune responses in the body and potentially be used as a new vaccine for the treatment of cancer.

Professor Xuefei Huang receives award September 22, 2016 Professor Xuefei Huang receives award

MSU Chemistry Prof. Xuefei Huang has been selected to receive the Melville L. Wolfrom Award from the American Chemical Society

MSU tackles mystery of protein folding April 11, 2016 MSU tackles mystery of protein folding

New research conducted at Michigan State University features a chemistry approach that’s solving some of the riddles of the complex protein-building process of folding.