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Dr. Alex Jones from National Physics Laboratory UK visits

We are pleased to learn about the research results at the cross section between cell biology and spin chemistry from Dr. Alex Jones‘ group. Dr. Jones leads his highly innovative research at the Biometry Division of National Physics Laboratory. Recently … Continue reading

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Bye-Bye 2023

We are grateful that 2023 treated us gently enough that we made progress in research, we travelled far to establish collaboration, and welcomed new members into our MEOW family. To celebrate a year of hard work,we dined together and reminded … Continue reading

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MEOW’s Cell Bio 2023 meeting

We attended the American Society of Cell  Biology annual meeting (Cell Bio 2023) held in Boston during December 2-6. Not only we learned a lot about the latest research in the community of cell biology, mechanobiology and biophysics, we met … Continue reading

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Dinner with Prof. Plotnikov

We dined with our beloved collaborator Prof. Sergey Plotnikov from University of Toronto who was visiting Hopkins for an invited seminar at the Department of Cell Biology. We are very pumped for your one year-long sabbatical stay with us next … Continue reading

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Happy Halloween 2023

This year almost everyone in the group was caught in a web of deadlines. So much so we decided to set the theme of our Halloween photoshoot as half-ass Barbies. The following pictures accurately reflect our minimum efforts this year. … Continue reading

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Visiting University of Queensland

This September, we embarked on a 10-day trip, crossing oceans and continents to visit University of Queensland and work with our collaborators, a team led by Prof. Warwick Bowen. Together we measured intracellular activities with a new label-free optical microscopy. … Continue reading

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End of Summer 2023

As the Fall semester starts next week, we celebrated a busy and productive summer this year. We are fortunate to host many outstanding visiting students all over the world, Alejandro, Ivy, Amman, Nishith and Jeremy. Thank you for contributing to … Continue reading

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Junjie’s presentation at Center for Cell Dynamics

We marked the end of Spring 2023 semester by attending Junjie’s talk given at Center for Cell Dynamics (CCD), entitled “Quantum Actuation in Cells with Recombinant Magneto-sensitive Protein”.  We are very excited about this work and its applicational potential in precise … Continue reading

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Halloween group meeting 2022

The theme of this year’s Halloween costume meeting was pirates. Nobody could see very well during the photoshoot because the eyepatch really blocked  the view of one of the eyes. No wonder we never meet any former pirate who later … Continue reading

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Team building (by dining) with collaborators

At MEOW lab we are hungry for scientific discoveries but hungrier for good food. Thanks to Jen’s organization we were very lucky to satiate our appetites for both by having dinner with our collaborators whom we usually see via Zoom … Continue reading

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