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Prof. Dhar's Research Team Celebrates Langmuir Article

Friday, November 10, 2017

Prajna Dhar featured in Special Issue focused on Early Career Authors

Prajna Dhar's lab has been featured in the American Chemical Society (ACS)'s Langmuir journal. This special issue is focused on Early Career Authors in the research field of Fundamental Colloid and Interface Science. The article is titled "pH-Induced Changes in the Surface Viscosity of Unsaturated Phospholipids Monitored Using Active Interfacial Microrheology."

To read the abstract and article, click here.

Saba Ghazvini, who worked on this project during her time as Dr. Dhar's student, is currently working as a Post-Doc for the University of Colorado at Boulder on a project funded by the Gates Foundation. 



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