I’ve talked a lot about peptide fragmentation because it is a huge discovery in the proteomics world of discovering what protein you are dealing with in a new way – and the experiment that we are doing is the same end goal. The project we are doing now has been done many times before, but […]
The HPLC/MS is a vital instrument used in the process of finding what kind of protein is in the cells infected by phages. The HPLC/MS stands for a high performance liquid chromatography instrument paired with tandem mass spectrometer. In the previous blog post, I explained how the samples were prepared to enter the HPLC/MS. The […]
At the beginning of the summer, I had a lot of ideas of things I could draw or paint or ways I could engage with living in Japan and express that artistically. At first this worked pretty well, and I did work in my sketchbook and some paintings based on the experiences I had in […]
Follow this summer’s projects through recent posts or read about previous projects (2010-1013) in the archives.
Over the course of the summer these students will blog about their research, sharing the highs and lows of designing, researching, and carrying out an independent scholarly project with each other and the world.
This summer Upperclass Monroe Scholars at the College of William and Mary will spend seven weeks working on research projects across a variety of disciplines.