- Directory Cluster Groups
he directory Cluster Groups is an electronic database of individuals and research groups active in cluster science, providing links to homepage, email, phone and FAX numbers, postal address, and a brief description of research interests.
Laboratory of Computational Biophysical Chemistry - University of Sao Paulo
* Protein-ligand interactions * Electrostatic interactions in biomolecules * Statistical Mechanical simulations/Molecular Modeling * Physical Chemistry properties of biological molecules * Development of algorithms, codes and simulation methods for (bio)molecular systems
Harry R. Allcock Research Group, Pennsylvania State University
Official website for the research group of Harry R. Allcock at Pennsylvania State University.
The Gauld Research Group, University of Windsor.
The major focus of our research group is the study of the properties and chemistry of various biomolecules and related species, in particular, those of interest in biochemical catalysis.
Research group of Prof. Dr. Van Grieken René
This website describes the MiTAC-research-group of Prof. Dr. Van Grieken, namely the research, the activities, the publications and the staff members.
York Centre for Laser Spectroscopy
A an overview of the research, experimetns, theoretical methods and people working at the York Centre for Laser Spectroscopy and Photochemistry.
Theoretical Study of Reaction Mechanisms
Covers the investigation of reaction mechanisms by non-empirical quantum mechanical methods. Lists research topics, recent papers and members of the group.
Environmental Measurement Technology
Research focused on the development of new measurement techniques and methods in environmental monitoring, including mobile GC/MS, sensor arrays and FTIR, at TUHH, Hamburg, Germany.
Computational Chemistry Group, U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
Ab initio quantum chemistry and computational thermochemistry.
Compton Group at Oxford
AFM, sonochemistry, fast voltammetry, photochemistry, electroanalysis, and computational chemistry. Click "Data Analysis" button for access to working curves for various mechanisms online.
Secondary ion mass spectrometry used for the analysis of extraterrestrial materials, at the Laboratory of Space Science, Washington University at St. Louis.