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News and Coming Events

GSU AEM Spring Journal Club

When: Each Wednesday 10:00am, Starting Jan 12th

Where: Kell 300

Why: All research students (undergraduate and graduate) will get together with Post-Docs and PIs to discuss current advancements published in the literature. This will serve as a platform for inter-lab collaborations, and to further each of our individual research efforts. Papers will be chosen at least one week in advance, and will reflect the interests of group members.