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Gerdon and students awarded National Science Foundation grant

Gerdon and students awarded National Science Foundation grant

Posted by on Aug 16, 2019 in Alumni, Posts, Student News

Dr. Aren Gerdon has recently been awarded a National Science Foundation grant to support research with undergraduate students at Emmanuel College. The NSF will provide over $350,000 over a three year period to Dr. Gerdon and research students to enable the proposed work on “DNA and nanoparticle assemblies as biomimetic templates for calcium phosphate...

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Research Alumni and Students Nucleate in the Fenway

Research Alumni and Students Nucleate in the Fenway

Posted by on Jul 10, 2019 in Alumni, Posts, Student News

GRAB Lab research alumni and current research students met for an annual gathering (nucleation?) in the Fenway neighborhood. It is great to see some familiar faces and to hear about the progress and success that chemistry research alumni are making. Current students get to hear about what lies ahead in the “real world” and former researchers...

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Krista Meserve ’18 – Welcome New Directions

Krista Meserve ’18 – Welcome New Directions

Posted by on May 31, 2019 in Alumni, Posts

Browsing through the most recent edition of Chemical & Engineering News? Interested in landing that first industry job after graduation? Then you might have read Krista’s interview where she offers that, “My advice to current students is to welcome changes and new directions, and don’t get flustered when your schedule has to change on the...

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GRAB Lab alumni on campus and in Atlanta!

GRAB Lab alumni on campus and in Atlanta!

Posted by on Feb 25, 2019 in Alumni, Posts

Alumni of the research group have been spotted on campus recently! Dr. Gerdon has had recent visits from Tom Cicuto ’14 and Bobby Tzepos ’19, both talking about exciting new job opportunities. Krista Meserve ’18 enjoyed some time with Aimee Sanford ’16 during a visit to the Chemistry Graduate Program at Emory University in Atlanta....

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