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'''Recent news:'''
  
'''April 2012''' The group welcomes Liliana De La Paz, Franklin Lu, and Jamin Koo from Chemical Engineering as PhD students.
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'''12 October 2012''' Dr Alyssa Bingham-Powell successfully defended. THREE CHEERS
  
'''20 April 2012''' Dr Phil Smith defended his PhD thesis. He'll join Bristol Meyers-Squibb in May. Congratulations!
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'''25 September 2012''' Jon's [http://www.plosone.org/article/info%3Adoi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0045850 paper] on hydrogenase maturation was published in PLoS ONE.
  
'''5 March 2012''' Dr Cem Albayrak defended his PhD thesis. Congratulations!
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'''21 September 2012''' Liliana, Jamin, and Franklin passed the Chemical Engineering qualifying exam. Congratulations!
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'''September 2012''' [http://biox.stanford.edu/grant/pdf/IIP_WhitePaper0411.pdf Stanford Bio-X] funds the cyanobacteria program, in collaboration with the [http://dpb.carnegiescience.edu/labs/bhaya-lab Bhaya] and [http://cmgm.stanford.edu/theriot/ Theriot] groups, for two years.
  
 
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</html> Recent news:

12 October 2012 Dr Alyssa Bingham-Powell successfully defended. THREE CHEERS

25 September 2012 Jon's paper on hydrogenase maturation was published in PLoS ONE.

21 September 2012 Liliana, Jamin, and Franklin passed the Chemical Engineering qualifying exam. Congratulations!

September 2012 Stanford Bio-X funds the cyanobacteria program, in collaboration with the Bhaya and Theriot groups, for two years.

More lab news