Arik Girsault, a Ph.D. student in our group, won the first prize for the best poster at the faculty research day. His poster "Towards Super-Resolution STED imaging of Live Cells’ Dynamics" presents his work on parallel STED for super-resolution of live cells. Way to go Arik!
On December 2, 2018, our lab conducted a tour for undergrad students from the biomedical faculty. The students were introduced to the lab fields of research, super-resolution microscopy, and single molecule biosensing. The tour helped to connect the theoretical studies of the students to the challenges and interest of real lab experiments.
Maisa and Eran are new MSc students in our lab. Maisa has recently completed a joint BSc degree in Physics and Biomedical Engineering, and Eran completed his degree in Biomedical Engineering. Maisa and Eran will be joining our Nanopore team.
The Nano.IL conference is the premier international annual meeting in Nanosciences and Nanotechnology in Israel. On October 11, 2018, our Ph.D. student, Tal Gilboa, won “Best Poster Presentation”, among hundreds of participants. In the poster, she presented her work on Single Molecule Electro-optical Sensing in Solid-state Nanopores.