Martin Gruebele

1994 Fellow

Current Institution: University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

Chemistry

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About Martin Gruebele's Work

We study fish swimming, glass surface dynamics, single molecule absorption detected by scanning tunneling microscopy, how energy flows in molecules before chemical reaction, protein folding in cells and in the test tube, and RNA folding and RNA-protein interactions.


Awards and Achievements

Member, National Academy of Sciences (2013)

Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Sciences (2010)

Member, German National Academy of Science (2008)

Raymond and Beverly Sackler International Prize (2008)

Fellow of the Biophysical Society (2005)

Friedrich Wilhelm Bessel Research Prize, von Humboldt Foundation (2005)

Fellow of the American Physical Society (2002)

Coblentz Award (2000)