The latest paper by Eilaf, entitled "Fluorescent Multiblock π-Conjugated Polymer Nanoparticles for In Vivo Tumor Targeting" was just published online in Advanced Materials. Check it out!
John Fennell joins the Swager laboratory as the newest graduate student. Welcome, John!
The traditional Dinner of the Swager group took place on Monday, June 3rd at Abigails restaurant, next door to MIT. Good food and great company made it a night to remember, and an appropriate celebration of the recent successful orals and thesis defense (not to mention the victory of the Bruins over the Pens). It was also the chance to update the group picturre:
Families were also invited:
Congratulations to Byungjin for passing the first-year qualifying exams of the PPST program!
Congratulations to Joel who successfully defended his thesis and became the newest Doctor of the Swager lab! Well-earned cake and Champagne were prepared to greet Joel after his exam.
After a two-and-a-half year postdoctoral stay in the Swager laboratory, Matt Kiesewetter joins the faculty at the University of Rhode Island, where he'll be an assistant professor in organic chemistry. Best of luck, Matt!
Katsuaki Kawasumi completed his PhD studies at Nagoya University (Japan) in the laboratory of Kenichiro Itami, and joins our laboratory as a Postdoctoral Fellow. Welcome on board!
MIT $100K Entrepreneurship Competition is one of the most famous university business plan contests, that brings together large amounts of resources to guide participants through the venture construction process
This year, C2Sense (c2sense.com), a team of Swager lab members (Tim Swager, Jan Schnorr, Joe Azzarelli) and Sloan MBA candidate Zack Hendlin, wins the "Products and Services track" of the MIT $100k competition with an entry is based on chemiresistive carbon nanotube sensor technology developed in the Swager lab over the last years.