The Science Gab

Personal gablog of Gabriel Abrahams.


Posted at — Apr 13, 2022

I’m a physicist with a burgeoning interest in biosciences, particularly biophysics and computational biology with applications to solving the climate emergency.

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Journal Articles

Abrahams, Gabriel Jan, and Janet Newman. 2019. “BLASTing Away Preconceptions in Crystallization Trials.” Acta Crystallographica Section F Structural Biology Communications 75 (3): 184–92.

Abrahams, Gabriel, G. J. Abrahams, S. C. Scholten, A. J. Healey, I. O. Robertson, N. Dontschuk, S. Q. Lim, et al. 2021. “An Integrated Widefield Probe for Practical Diamond Nitrogen-Vacancy Microscopy.” Applied Physics Letters.

Abrahams, Gabriel, and Janet Newman. 2021. “Data and Diversity Driven Development of a Shotgun Crystallisation Screen Using the Protein Data Bank,” August.

Abrahams, Gabriel, S. C. Scholten, A. J. Healey, I. O. Robertson, G. J. Abrahams, D. A. Broadway, and J.-P. Tetienne. 2021. “Widefield Quantum Microscopy with Nitrogen-Vacancy Centers in Diamond: Strengths, Limitations, and Prospects.” Journal of Applied Physics.

Healey, A. J., S. C. Scholten, T. Yang, J. A. Scott, G. J. Abrahams, I. O. Robertson, X. F. Hou, et al. 2021. “Quantum Microscopy with van Der Waals Heterostructures.” arXiv.

Rosa, Nicholas, Marko Ristic, Luke Thorburn, Gabriel Abrahams, Bevan Marshall, Christopher Watkins, Alex Kruger, Alex Khassapov, and Janet Newman. 2020. “Tools to Ease the Choice and Design of Protein Crystallisation Experiments.” Crystals 10 (2): 95.

Masters Thesis

Widefield Quantum Microscopy with Solid-State Spin Defects: New Instruments, Materials and Applications PDF Download (43 MB)

Online Articles

Update on the Melbourne University Space Program

Academic Resume