- We say goodbye to our favorite Swedish labmate, Anna-Carin.
Anna-Carin, Frida, and Peter will be missed. Please come back, I
promise to work on my limpa recipe. Anna-Carin will finish up her
Ph.D. dissertation at the University of Gothenburg.
2011 - Our laboratory has been awarded an
National Science Foundation grant to continue our investigation of
halonium ions. Many thanks to all who have contributed to the
through the years. We should all be proud, this is a big deal.
2011 - Andrea, Maddy and I welcome the arrival of Peter Katsuji
Ohta. He has my feet!
- Say hello to our visiting scholar from Sweden, Anna-Carin. She
and her advisor have received funding that will allow her to study in
the US for a few months. Stop by and introduce yourself.
I gave a talk at the Gordon Conference on Isotopes in Chemistry and
Biology in Galveston, TX. Many thanks to the conference
organizers. The talk went well and I made some new friends.
I gave a talk at the Kyushu International Symposium on Physical Organic
Chemistry (KISPOC) in Fukuoka, Japan. Many thanks for the person
who discovered acronyms. Despite the jetlag, KISPOC was fun and I
got a chance to meet new friends and reacquaint with friends from
around the globe. Many thanks to the Organizers for a terrific