SEAC Reilley Award
Lane was recently selected as the recipient of the 2023 Charles N. Reilley Award by the Society for Electroanalytical Chemistry. More news about the award and Baker can be found at SEAC and in a press release from TAMU. The award will be conferred at the Pittsburgh Conference on Analytical Chemistry in March of this year.
First Christmas in Texas
bakergrp celebrated its first Christmas in Texas with a special holiday feature: Indiana University Analytical students made the 15-hour journey to surprise the group! Hoosier guests also celebrated Christmas in Texas for the first time. Everyone enjoyed a white elephant gift exchange. Sasha took home the most coveted gift: a burrito blanket. Burrito cat enjoyed […]
Fourth SICM System – Delta
Scanning ion conductance microscopy is a versatile tool nanoscale research, including biochemistry, materials, etc. After our first three SICMs: Alpha, Beta and Gamma, we christen our fourth home-made SICM system “Delta” this year. Delta was designed and built by Lingjie. Although this SICM is aimed for fast-scanning, it is good for other kind of work […]
Group Trip to 2022 Texas Renaissance Festival
Texas Renaissance Festival https://www.texrenfest.com/
Return to A&M and McAfee Chair Appointment
The bakergrp relocates to the Department of Chemistry at Texas A&M University, Lane’s alma mater. Baker has been recruited to hold the first Carl McAfee Class of ’90 Chair in Analytical Chemistry, generously sponsored by Aggie Chemist Dr. Carl McAfee. Stay tuned for more info on the move.
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