News & EventsOctober 27, 2014
Andrew Durney wins poster award
Andrew Durney, a PhD student in Assistant Professor Hitomi Mukaibo's lab, took first place for his poster titled “Pulsed Electrodeposition for Preparing Hollow, Conical Needles with Sub-micron Dimensions” in the category “Solid State Science and Technology” at the fall meeting of The Electrochemical Society earlier this month in Cancun, Mexico.
This was one of two first-place student awards.
The Mukaibo lab is exploring the use of microneedles with nanometer-sized tips to introduce genetic material into microalgae and thereby improve their biosynthetic capabilities as a source of solar energy.