Large Macromolecular Machines in the Cell TEDxHouston 2011 - Wade Adams 1 day ago   02:54

Biophysical Society TV talked to the Chair of the Symposium, Titia Sixma, PhD, Netherlands Cancer Institute, about the exciting things discussed at Monday’s symposium – and what the future holds for the research.

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TEDxHouston 2011 - Wade Adams Large Macromolecular Machines in the Cell 1 day ago   25:21

Dr. Wade Adams is the Director of the Smalley Institute for Nanoscale Science and Technology at Rice University. The Institute is devoted to the development of new innovations on the nanometer scale. Some of the institute's current thrusts include research in carbon nanotubes, medical applications of nanoparticles, nanoporous membranes, molecular computing, and nanoshell diagnostic and therapeutic applications.

Wade was appointed a senior scientist (ST) in the Materials Directorate of the Wright Laboratory in 1995. Prior to that he was a research leader and in-house research scientist in the directorate. For the past 36 years he has conducted research in polymer physics, concentrating on structure-property relations in high-performance organic materials. He is internationally known for his research in high-performance rigid-rod polymer fibers, X-ray scattering studies of fibers and liquid crystalline films, polymer dispersed liquid crystals, and theoretical studies of ultimate polymer properties.