His research brings together the fields of Atomic physics and Excited state. Stephen R. Meech regularly ties together related areas like Excited state in his Atomic physics studies. His Relaxation (psychology) study often links to related topics such as Social psychology. The study of Social psychology is intertwined with the study of Relaxation (psychology) in a number of ways. Green fluorescent protein is often connected to Biochemistry in his work. Biochemistry is closely attributed to Fluorescent protein in his study. His research ties Gene and Fluorescent protein together. He undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Gene and Green fluorescent protein through his research. His research on Chromophore frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Photochemistry.
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Photophysics of some common fluorescence standards
Stephen R. Meech;David Phillips.
Journal of Photochemistry (1983)
Excited state reactions in fluorescent proteins.
Stephen R. Meech.
Chemical Society Reviews (2009)
Optically-heterodyne-detected optical Kerr effect (OHD-OKE): Applications in condensed phase dynamics
Neil A. Smith;Stephen R. Meech.
International Reviews in Physical Chemistry (2002)
Observation of excited-state proton transfer in green fluorescent protein using ultrafast vibrational spectroscopy.
Deborah Stoner-Ma;Andrew A. Jaye;Pavel Matousek;Michael Towrie.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2005)
Standards for nanosecond fluorescence decay time measurements
Roger A. Lampert;Leslie A. Chewter;David. Phillips;Desmond V. O'Connor.
Analytical Chemistry (1983)
Excited-State Dynamics in the Green Fluorescent Protein Chromophore
Debabrata Mandal;Tahei Tahara;Stephen R. Meech.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B (2004)
Ultrafast dynamics in the power stroke of a molecular rotary motor
Jamie Conyard;Kiri Addison;Ismael A. Heisler;Arjen Cnossen.
Nature Chemistry (2012)
Evidence for a very early intermediate in bacterial photosynthesis. A photon-echo and hole-burning study of the primary donor band in Rhodopseudomonas sphaeroides
S.R. Meech;A.J. Hoff;D.A. Wiersma.
Chemical Physics Letters (1985)
On the nature of the fluorescent state of methylated indole derivatives
Stephen Roy Meech;David Phillips;Anthony G. Lee.
Chemical Physics (1983)
Low-Frequency Modes of Aqueous Alkali Halide Solutions: Glimpsing the Hydrogen Bonding Vibration
Ismael A. Heisler;Stephen R. Meech.
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