Our lab alumnus (at Harvard), James Pelletier (now at MIT), has been named a Hertz Fellow
. Congratulations! (April 15, 2013)
Thanks to the Paul G. Allen Foundation, Suckjoon is one of the five Allen Distinguished Investigators
. Read more about it in articles from the Seattle Times
. (February 28, 2013)
You can now order the mother machine. Click REQUEST MOTHER MACHINE
.(November 19, 2012)
Thanks to Brendan at UCSD Physics IT, the beta version of our web site is ready for public. (November 13, 2012)
Our lab has officially moved from Harvard to UCSD. The new lab space at UCSD is currently under construction in Urey Hall 6249-6253, to be completed before next year. (October 4, 2012)
James' paper has just appeared online at PNAS. Highlight
or full article
.(September 14, 2012)
Jean-Yves Bouet (CNRS) visited us.(June 8-12, 2012)
Another brave theoretical physicist, Ariel Amir
(Harvard Junior Fellow), will start his adventure in experimental physical biology.(May 2, 2012)
Stuart Austin (NCI) and Henrik Nielsen will be visiting us to discuss bacterial chromosomes.(April 25-28, 2012)
Please visit The Cost of Knowledge (boycott Elsevier)
, and sign, if you agree.
It will take some serious courage, esepcially for junior scientists, since Elsevier owns Cell, Current Biology, and many others.
For background information, read the blogposts by Tom Gowers, Terence Tao
; articles in the Guardian
, the Boston Globe
If you want to have a good laugh, investment firms seem to know a lot about Open Access Movement -- read this
.(April 22, 2012)
Suckjoon will be giving a keynote speech at the Chemical Biophysics Symposium in Toronto, Canada.(April 13-15, 2012)
Sattar has been accepted to Advanced Bacterial Genetics course at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory.
Intense 3 weeks in June!(April 2, 2012)
Petra Levin (Washington Univ., St Louis) visited us to discuss bacterial cell cycle in E. coli and B. subtilis.(January 6-7, 2012)
The complete data sets for the mother machine paper are available for download.
Please see here
before writing us with requests. Thanks.(November 28, 2011)
Muyoung Heo has been selected as one of the 15 Fellows in natural sciences awarded by the President of Korea.
It is a great deal and it comes with a very generous package for his future research.(August 30, 2011)