In his thesis work, Alexander Shaver from @LabNetz is exploring the mechanisms behind the progressive degradation of DNA monolayers on gold surfaces. Check out his new opinion piece at this link:
We are hosting a symposium on Wearable and Implantable Technologies at the ACS Fall Meeting 2021
Leila Deravi, Miguel Pellitero, Michael Daniele, and Netz Arroyo are leading this symposium hosting leading experts from the fields of wearable and implantable technologies. Join the conversation! https://www.acs.org/content/acs/en/meetings/acs-meetings/agenda/preliminary-technical-program.html
Congratulations to J.D. Mahlum from @LabNetz for receiving a poster award from the Society of Electroanalytical Chemistry (SEAC)!!! #love_echem
We also congratulate the other student recipients: Nicole Tarolla (Dick lab), Adolfo Romo (Rodriguez-Lopez lab), and Blaire Troudt (Buhlmann lab)!!!
Netz Lab wishes all of our friends a happy Earth Day 2021!
Go out there for a walk, meditate with the breeze on your shoulders, have a socially distant conversation under the sun, or do something to help us protect the planet! Netz Lab is strongly committed to the well being of our society and our beautiful planet earth. We donate to the Nature Conservancy Society and […]
The Netz Lab Diversity, Equality, and Inclusion Action Plan draft is now posted in our website.
This is a living document that we will continuously update and refine to strengthen our commitment to inclusion.
2020 has been a tough year. So in the Netz Lab we cherish the special moments that make us happy. We are wishing graduate student Alex Shaver a happy, socially-distanced bday!
From front to back, Netz Arroyo, Alex Shaver (holding the cake), Miguel Pellitero and Jonathan Mahlum. Missing in the picture is Vincent Clark, who trades spots with Jonathan in the afternoon to comply with our JHU SOM social density policies. But he got cake too later in the day!