Marianna sets up her first electrochemistry experiment for the new malaria project!Read More
Krista Meserve ’18 – The bug or the windshield?
Something that I learned recently was that there is always growth! This is a picture of a control plate in which no growth of E.coli was expected. After allowing to incubate overnight, there appeared to be colonies. I learned that this is due to non-sterile conditions, as there is no way in our lab setting to be perfectly sterile. Contaminants in the air...Read More
Jason Miech’18 and Microfluidics
Jason Miech, a sophomore at Emmanuel College, is working on analyzing the effect flow rate has on liquid-liquid interactions within a microfluidic flow cell.Read More
Congrats to Kayla Vasconcellos ’12
Congrats to Kayla! She will take new steps towards her dream of becoming a dentist, DDS, this summer. She’s been accepted to the Tufts University School of Dental Medicine and can’t wait to get started. We hope that her work with nanoparticles and hydroxyapatite helped her along the way. Congrats...Read More