April 2022
Invited talk
Dylan gave a seminar at the Department of Chemistry at the University of Northern Colorado covering the group’s discoveries in biocompatible chemistry and diazaborine chemistry. Thanks for the invite!
March 2022
New publication
Kelsey’s work combining organocatalysis with eukaryotic whole cell biocatalysts and isolated enzymes was published in Reaction Chemistry and Engineering! You can check it out here.
ACS Meeting
Dylan gave a talk at the ACS Meeting in San Diego on the group’s work in biocompatible chemical reactions.

February 2022
New funding
Thank you to NSF CBET for funding our work to develop new catalyst scaffolds for biocompatible chemistry!
January 2022
New publication
Jack, Gun, and Angela’s work in collaboration with Julian and Shubham was published in Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry! You can check it out here.
Graduation
Congratulations to Kendyll Hawkins, who successfully defended her M.S. thesis in the QBE program!
October 2021
Paper highlight
Kelsey and Emily’s paper on biocompatible catalysis was used to highlight lysine in ACS Molecule of the Week! Check it out here.
September 2021
New members
Welcome to Campbell Andersen, joining the group as a USAF-funded MS student to work on biocompatible chemistry, and to Lauren Kelly (MURF), Ryan Pfeffer (MURF), and Kevin Huang, who will be working on biomaterials for redox biology! 
August 2021
New publication
Congratulations to Jack and Gun on their work showing how diazaborines enable enhanced discrimination between hydrogen peroxide and peroxynitrite! The ChemRxiv preprint is here.
May 2021
New publication
Gun’s paper is published in Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry! You can check it out here
January 2021
New members
Welcome to Kendyll Hawkins, who has joined the group as an MS student in the Quantitative Biosciences and Engineering program!

Cover art
Congratulations to Kelsey for her front cover piece for ChemBioChem!
Abstract Figure
December 2020
New publication
Congratulations to Gun Su Han for his skillful untangling of the dynamics of boronic acid hydrazones and oximes! Check out the preprint on ChemRxiv.
November 2020
New funding
Thanks to the Colorado Economic Development and International Trade Office for funding our collaborative work with Dr. Danielle Soranno and Children’s Hospital Colorado! Check out the press release here.


Invited talk
Dylan gave a seminar at the Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of Wyoming covering topics in bottom-up materials design and redirecting metabolic flux. Thanks for the invite!


Young Talent seminar
Dylan gave a seminar at the ACS Rocky Mountain Regional Meeting in the Young Talent in the Rocky Mountain Region symposium. A big thanks to the organizers for re-inventing the conference for a virtual format!
August 2020
New publication
Congratulations to Kelsey for her article in ChemBioChem highlighting ways to use abiotic catalysis to influence living cells!
July 2020
Research highlight
Kelsey’s work was highlighted by Advances in Engineering. Check out the blurb here!
April 2020
Presentation award
Congratulations to Gun for taking first place in the Computational Biology presentation at GRADS!
February 2020
New publication
Congratulations to Kelsey and Emily for their publication on redirecting metabolic flux with chemical catalysis in ACS Sustainable Chemistry and Engineering!
December 2019
New publication
Congratulations to Gun for his ACS Central Science First Reactions piece on recent work from the Mirkin group!
August 2019
New members
Welcome to Varsha Selvam and Cameron Fitzgerald, who joined the lab as Mines Undergradate Research Fellows.
June 2019
Astronaut Scholar!
A huge congratulations to Gabe Adriano, who was one of 52 students named nationally as a 2019 Astronaut Scholar. Congratulations, Gabe!
May 2019
More Awards!
Congratulations to Jack for winning Best Presenter in the annual Minescraft event. And congratulations to Kelsey for winning departmental awards for both Outstanding Graduate TA and Outstanding Graduate Seminar!
April 2019
Congrats, Gabe!
Congratulations to Gabe, who was awarded first place out of more than 100+ posters at the Mines Undergraduate Research Symposium!
February 2019
NREL Invited Talk
Dylan gave an invited talk at NREL about biocompatible chemistry and the bottom-up design of stimuli-responsive materials.
December 2018
Welcome, Jack!
Jack Haggett joined the group as the lab’s third graduate student.
September 2018
Mines-NREL Joint Workshop
Dylan gave an invited talk at the Mines-NREL Joint Workshop on Zero Waste Materials Manufacturing.
June 2018
Welcome, Gun Su, Catherine, and Anne!
Gun Su Han joins us as the lab’s second graduate student, Catherine Chorney joins us as an undergraduate researcher, and Anne Clinton joins us for the summer as an REU student from Mt. Holyoke College.
May 2018
Outstanding Analytical Chemistry Student
Congratulations to Angela for winning the departmental award for outstanding analytical chemistry student!
April 2018
Undergraduate Research Fellowship Poster Session
Emily presents her work on biocompatible chemistry at the Mines Undergraduate Research Fellowship poster session.
Domaille Lab Receives Children’s Hospital/Mines Collaborative Grant
Thanks to Colorado Children’s Hospital and Mines for funding our collaborative work with Dr. Danielle Soranno to develop patient-monitored systems for early organ transplant rejection!
January 2018
NREL-Mines Bio Workshop
Kelsey presents her poster on biocompatible upgrading of microbial products in single-flask processes at the joint NREL-Mines Bio Workshop.
Welcome, Casey and Gabe!
Casey and Gabe join the lab to work on small-molecule models of stimuli-responsive materials.
November 2017
Welcome, Angela and Emily!
Angela and Emily join the lab, supported by Mines Undergraduate Research Fellowships.
October 2017
ACS Regional Conference in Loveland
Dylan gave a talk on using chemical principles to interface with biological systems at the ACS Regional Conference in Loveland, CO.
September 2017
Welcome, Kelsey!
Kelsey joins as the lab's first graduate student.
August 2017
The Domaille Lab
Dylan Domaille joined the faculty of the Department of Chemistry in the Fall 2017 semester. Interested in becoming part of the lab? Read about our research here.


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