Project Symphony Team of Thirteen Made Six Presentations at the ACS National Meeting in Philadelphia, PA on August 20‐25, 2016

The Project Symphony team presented six posters summarizing their research results, (1) Determining the thickness of droplet interface bilayers from capacitance measurements using a modified electrophysiological amplification technique, (2) Influence of intercalant on the lipid bilayer membrane: Water permeability studies, (3) Effects of cis and trans double bonds on lipid membrane properties, (4) Biomimetic membrane and ion effects: Water permeability and thermal property, (5) Micro-Raman for direct visualization of water transport in an individual aqueous droplet, and (6) Mitigating condensation by cholesterol with unsaturated lipids: Effect on permeability.

Job well-done, Project Symphony!