In 2014, the Robins Award for Graduate Researcher of the Year  went to

Timur Galeev.

This award goes to the graduate researcher at Utah State University who has shown superior research capability and academic excellence.

Congratulations!


Timur Galeev. Graduate student in Dr. Alexander Boldyrev's lab (physical chemistry).

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*Homologous recombination
A new paper from the Antony lab published in the Journal of Molecular Biology describes how the cells regulate a DNA process called homologous recombination.

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*Binding sites of pharmaceutical agent
USU researcher teams with group from Democratic Republic of Congo to identify binding sites of pharmaceutical agent.

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*Article is published in Carbon
Theoretical research from USU team revealed some new structural features of oxidized carbon nanotubes. H-bond energies between COOH and OH in SWNTs are almost double than similar bonds in simple...

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*Potential target for small molecule intervention
In collaboration with Oklahoma State University, the Dickenson lab has characterized an important step in Shigella type three secretion system maturation, providing a potential target for small...

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*Circular double-helix
The Bodyrev's lab in collaboration with the team from Germany has predicted an unusual Li90P90 nanotoroid, which possesses a circular double-helix structure that resembles the Watson–Crick DNA.

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*NSF funded reserch...
Angeline Wairegi and David Farrelly, in collaboration with researchers in California, England and France, have published an article in Physical Review Letters which helps elucidate the physical...

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