Woojeong Kim, a PhD student from UNSW Sydney, was recently selected as the global winner of the RedShiftBio StructIR Lab Grant Program.
Known for its ground-breaking novel Microfluidic Modulation Spectroscopy (MMS) technology, the AQS³pro overcomes many of the limitations of traditional spectroscopy-based technologies.
Using MMS, Woojeong hopes to resolve the shortcomings of Fourier-Transform Infrared Spectroscopy (FT-IR) or Circular Dichroism (CD) in examining the secondary structures of proteins, including those used as food ingredients.
Source: Congratulations Woojeong Kim from the UNSW, winner of the RedshiftBio Structir Lab Grant program I ATA Scientific
Image: PhD student Woojeong Kim in the lab at UNSW School of Chemical Engineering with the School’s pilot-scale spray dryer. Credit: Dr Yong Wang