UCLA undergraduate students proudly hosted the 2012 UCLA InnoWorks Academy program from July 30 - Aug 3, 2012 in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry. This scientific workshop, entitled “Making Sense of the Senses,” was organized by the talented UCLA InnoWorks student members and their faculty advisor, Professor Neil Garg. The students served as mentors for roughly 20 underserved middle school students from Los Angeles County, and shared their passion for science by conducting a range of interactive scientific experiments. For more information on UCLA InnoWorks, visit the organization’s home page.
Collaborative work of Reisler & Gimzewski labs reveals how drebrin-A, a key neuronal actin binding protein, modifies single actin filaments