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One of our senior grad students, Mike Nguyen, is the recipient of the Black/African American Cultural Center Special Friend Award, which is awarded every year. This award was created to recognize individuals who have been a true friend to the … Continue reading
Congratulations to our biomedical engineering senior design team on tying for First Place at CSU’s E-Days on Thursday, April 12. Every year, CSU hosts E-Days, where senior undergraduate engineering students can showcase their senior design projects. This is the third … Continue reading
Nine members of the Henry Group plus Dr. Chuck Henry gave presentations at Pittcon 2018 in Orlando, Florida, from February 26 – March 1. Five group members gave oral presentations: Kat Boehle, Cody Carrell, Cynthia McCord, Eka Noviana, and Rob … Continue reading
Congratulations to our second year graduate student, Cody Carrell, who participated in the CSU Graduate Student Showcase, and won the silver award for CSU Ventures Drivers of Innovation award! Cody presented research on improving point-of-care detection of Salmonella using a … Continue reading
The Henry Group recently welcomed Kentaro Yamada, a visiting scholar from Keio University in Japan. Kentaro will be working on paper-based analytical devices for detecting transition metals during his time here.
The Henry Group has moved out of the basement of the main chemistry building to the 4th floor of the brand new Chemistry Research building here at CSU! Our new lab space will continue to have a separate Fab Room … Continue reading
Congratulations to Shirley on her new job at Vibrant America, LLC! We’ll miss you!
PI Chuck Henry presented at the Microfluidics Gordon Conference held in Lucca (Barga), Italy on June 4-9 where he was elected Co-Vice Chair for the next Microfluidics meeting!
Chuck, Shirley, and Kevin gave oral presentations at the Electrochemical Society Meeting in New Orleans from May 28-June 1!
Laurelle Turner successfully defended her Masters thesis on May 10! Congratulations, Laurelle!