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Holland Lab Awarded New NSF Grant

Holland Lab Awarded New NSF Grant

In June 2023, the Holland Lab was awarded a new NSF-CHE grant. The grant is for 476K and will fund Holland lab research on Bio-Nano interfaces. The grant is titled: “Elucidating Bio-Nano Interface Atomic Structure and Peptide Directed Nanoparticle Formation“. The Holland Lab is developing atomic and molecular level structural understanding of nano-bio interfaces and the influence of nanoparticle curvature, mesoporosity and morphology on biomolecular ligand structure, dynamics and organization on nanoparticle surfaces. The project is creating valuable research training opportunities for students at various levels that is further integrated with outreach activity development. Prof. Holland is building a highly interdisciplinary research and education program on nanoparticle surface characterization involving broad participation of graduate, undergraduate and High School interns contributing to the training of a diverse workforce.