Regular Blog Contributors
Emily is an environmental engineering PhD student studying the biological and chemical transformation of the groundwater contaminants sourced from fire-fighting foams. She loves pecan pie and telling people how bacteria rule the world (because they do).
David is a graduate student in chemistry in the Alivisatos Group. He studies DNA mediated self-assembly of nanoparticles, because it’s interesting, but also because it sounds awesome. He enjoys hiking, archery, and origami (both with paper and with DNA).
Daniel is a graduate student in Physics at U.C. Berkeley. He studies Quantum Information in Birgitta Whaley's group. He has yet to explain what that actually means in less than twenty minutes.