Author Archives: Thi
Protein: Dronpa Artist: Thi Nguyen A careful balance between dark and light, dronpa can switch from a “bright” state and a “dark” state by switching the wavelength of light that is focused on it. It is named after a fusion … Continue reading
The uncertainty and ambiguity of the structure of dystrophin has finally hit me as being impossibly hard to build. Abstract freedom with designing a protein that has yet to be fully figured out is scary. In conclusion, I decided to … Continue reading
The folding of the alpha helices was aesthetically appealing when I first saw it. So… I’m not a hundred percent sure I am really happy with this protein but I thought it’s function is pretty sweet. The protein deals with … Continue reading
This is my attempt at a post. Although this may not exactly be protein related, I thought this artwork would brighten everyone’s day. A Love Letter For You. Wouldn’t it be sweet if there was a love letter for OSU?