Argonne maintains a wide-ranging science and technology portfolio that seeks to address complex challenges in interdisciplinary and innovative ways. Below is a list of all articles, highlights, profiles, projects, and organizations related specifically to structural biology.
A team of researchers has used ultra-bright X-rays to analyze 13,000-year-old fossilized beetle wings to learn more about how insects evolved the tiny crystalline structures that give them iridescent colors.
Alzheimer’s disease is the sixth leading cause of death in the United States, affecting one in 10 people over the age of 65. Scientists are engineering nanodevices to disrupt processes in the brain that lead to the disease.
Dr Babnigg is interested in how biological systems work at the cellular, sub-cellular, and molecular level. More specifically, he is interested in signaling networks in eukaryotic and microbial systems.