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Retrieved 20 August Daily Mail. Retrieved 29 August Campus Technology. By Diane Chun. Feeling Good 64 Fit for flight These tips will insure you are ready for the rigors of travel. By Whitney Smith. Nureka Findlater, a nurse in the cardiac surgery intensive care unit at Shands at the University of Florida, models travel wear at University Air Center in Gainesville.
Photo by Rob C. Pathfinder boasts Best in Class front headroom and legroom and class-exclusive reclining 3rd-row seats are standard. Three rows of rich leather-appointed seats, a wood-tone trim, and a Tri-Zone entertainment system with three screens are all available options for the ultimate in sophisticated adventure. By Pat Dooley. By Rob Witzel. Gainesville Remembered 27 The land of cotton For a brief moment before the boll weevil changed the landscape, cotton reigned in Alachua County.
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Our top priority is you. No one likes a cold shower, hot office meeting or interrupted Internet. Visit gru. Who can forget the delight of the last day of school, and the promise of those seemingly endless days ahead? Story ideas? Yet no matter our age, summer still evokes images of liberation and the joys of running free.
It still symbolizes freedom as far as the eye can see. In fact, in these pages we put forth hundreds of suggestions. Keep up with us on our website, www. Plus, go to our Facebook page and like us to keep up with area events. Consider this your guide to the pleasures of the season — and if you think of it, email us with some ideas of your own.
Only weeks away from the tragedy that unfolded in the midst of the joyous Boston Marathon, people once again filled the streets around Copley Square. Near the square, the swan boats were back, filled with families gliding across the pond in the Boston Commons. And so, despite the deep despair that had fallen over the city, the residents were out celebrating spring. Eating ice cream. Roller skating. Thanks, as always, for the support and encouragement that has seen this magazine through to its second decade.
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With 22 years of experience, you will receive professional knowledge about your skin and body care. Skin Solutions Spa offers the complete retail line of Dermalogica Skin Care Products, as well as using the Dermalogica professional products for skin care treatments. Plus a dinner party with friends at my home that night, as I love to cook and entertain! A perfect Sunday means staying at home piled up with The Gainesville Sun and The New York Times, hot tea, listening to classical music overlooking or sitting in my beautiful garden.
A bike ride and some yoga followed by diving into a good book is the perfect day of restoration. What I like most about my neighborhood: It is peaceful, with nice neighbors, great walking paths, safe biking areas, a gym, Publix with a huge organic selection When I describe Gainesville I mention first: How cool and collaborative it is, with a great community of caring residents.
A hidden gem in Gainesville is: Patticakes for fabulous cupcakes and Limerock for the best burgers in town! Both are in the Haile Village and do a great job.
On the east side, it's Bistro to Go and Civilization for organic salads, soups and more. I've read it when I have had external pressing factors in my life and it restores me! My favorite place to take a walk: We are blessed with some amazingly beautiful parks, like Boulware Springs, offering beauty and peace.
A great Gainesville resource is: , the hour, free call for information and assistance for families in times of crisis, sponsored by United Way. Boston-based mobile app developer Mobiquity announced in April that it was expanding into Gainesville and expects to create jobs over the next three years with an office in Innovation Square. Fracture takes personal photos uploaded by customers onto its website and prints them directly onto glass. Commerce recently filled three of its top positions.
Kamal Latham, who previously served as a diplomat to China, was hired as vice president of public policy. Deborah Bowie was named vice president of chamber development after working for chambers of commerce in Birmingham, Ala. Susan Davenport is the new vice president of economic development after 12 years with the Austin Texas Chamber of Commerce.
Tioga Town Center. Main St. Make your summer shine with a getaway to Gaylord Palms Resort! Augustine Amphitheatre, p. Beach Bungalows surrounded by majestic oaks and towering palms. Sunlit days of sea and sand. Balmy nights of ocean sounds and starlit skies. Located on an inspirational stretch of beach between the Intracoastal Waterway and the Atlantic Ocean, Beach Haven is a neighborhood of single-family homes and abundant natural beauty. Enhancing this idyllic community's considerable charms are a private boardwalk to the beach, amenity center, pool, pavilion, lake, and walking trails -- and the nearby delights and diversions of St.
Augustine, Daytona, Palm Coast and Jacksonville. Come to Beach Haven. Augustine Amphitheatre, 8 p. Well, so do I. We can all make predictions. Football is too unpredictable. And last year made it that much more confusing. Florida was not an regular-season team that was in the conversation for the national championship game. It was a team with a lot of flaws that overachieved. Somehow, some way, coach Will Muschamp managed his team to 11 wins.
He found a way for his players to pick themselves up after falling behind at FSU. He found a way to beat gulp LouisianaLafayette when all hope seemed lost. Take Alabama. The Tide rolled through most of its games, and Alabama was clearly the best team in the country last year. But there were three games that could have gone either way. Alabama won two of them by four points and lost the third by five. Muschamp is building that, but this is only his third year. But I think these Gators, despite losing so many juniors to the NFL Draft, will have better personnel than they did a year ago.
So does that translate into 12 wins? Not necessarily. Not when you have to go to Baton Rouge, La. Not when you still have Georgia in Jacksonville, where Muschamp has not won as a player at Georgia or a coach at. If Florida is going to be in the conversation for the national title game at the end of this season, there are seven things the Gators will have to do: 1. Jeff Driskel has to be better.
Driskel was good last year. He needs to be great. The offensive line has to mesh. The coaches think the additions of transfers Max Garcia from Maryland and Tyler Moore from Nebraska are going to make this a better offensive line. And that may be true.
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An offensive line has to play as a unit, so summer camp is crucial for these guys. A skill player has to have a big year. It could be a wide receiver or a running back, but somebody has to make Florida football fun to watch again. They have to beat Georgia. The Red Onion Neighborhood Grill promises to bring the freshest ingredients to the table, featuring allnatural beef and chicken and locally-grown produce. Our casual setting creates a welcoming ambiance in which the senses are pleasured by the incredible array of foods that we prepare fresh daily, including our hand-selected cuts of quality Harris Ranch Premium All-Natural Beef with no antibiotics nor hormones.
The Red Onion Neighborhood Grill is dedicated to the idea that every neighborhood deserves a restaurant where friends can meet and enjoy each others company. Our private dining room is the perfect place for your next party or business meeting! Our recipe is simple: authentic global flavors, quality ingredients, expert craftsmanship and exceptional service, served in a small-town package with no layovers. Visit SaboreRestaurant. Now what? Vertebrate paleontologists there can identify your fossils that have been legally collected or purchased in Florida, the Southeast and the Caribbean region.
There are three ways to garner their help: You may email an electronic image of the specimen with a ruler held up to the item in the photo to show scale in JPEG format to rhulbert flmnh. This is a free service, but if you have multiple specimens to identify, the museum asks that you make a voluntary donation to VP Research Fund in the UF Foundation to support fieldwork to collect fossils throughout Florida.
Open 7 days a week. Catering platters available. The restaurant was named one of the best restaurants in Florida by Florida Trend Magazine. Lodging is available along the creek for nightly rental at the Secret River Lodge. Remember travel agents? Mine is named William Shatner.
Asking for directions or tips for restaurants? Now we have Siri. Even my 9-year-old loads the backseat with an iPad, Nintendo DS, and other mobile gadgets. Surely, mobile devices like tablets and smartphones have changed the way we travel. But this convenience comes with a price.
The emails, tweets and constant nag of updates keep us busier than a rocket full of monkeys during the year — so why would we want our vacation to be full of beeps, buzzes and notifications? This summer, leave the iWhatever at home and try these star-studded devices on for size. What makes this device unique is the simplicity in attaching it to helmets, handlebars, surfboards and countless other modern-day vessels.
Because of its immense popularity, Go Pro quickly evolved from a relatively basic first edition to the feature-packed Hero3. Features include built-in WiFi so it can be controlled by an iOS device, smaller and lighter construction and improved optics for sharper results. One of my favorite aspects is the ability to shoot megapixel stills at an astonishing 30 frames per second.
This is truly a revolutionary imaging device because it can go where your video camera cannot and do what your still camera will not. Dynotags might leave you with a little peace of mind. These QR-coded tags have an associated website that allows you to leave all sorts of secure information for the person who eventually finds your lost bag.
All they have to do is scan it with a smartphone or tablet to reveal contact information or even a recent message from the owner. You also can put one on your keychain if you are prone to lose your keys. Sure, smartphone apps took a big bite out of the stand-alone GPS business, but they are not necessarily better.
Magellan came out with the SmartGPS as a way to bridge the gap. Furthermore, they have integrated a host of squares that feature real-time traffic updates, location and even prices for fuel stops, weather and plenty of alternative options. Enter Jambox. This handheld and cleverly designed speaker system will bridge the gap for quality sound on the go. Connect Jambox via Bluetooth or cable to your laptop, tablet or smartphone to bring room-filling audio to your digital music library, video games or movies on the go.
Syncing the device online allows for updates, new features and even apps that will personalJawbone Jambox ize the output Wireless Speaker to your tastes. Jambox even doubles as a conference call device or can be used in conjunction with Skype, iChat or Google Talk. But did you know that during the Civil War, Alachua County produced the largest crop of long-staple cotton in the state? Florida entered the cotton trade when the state came under U. They set up cotton plantations in the north and central part of the state, and production thrived. In , Alachua County still produced 3, bales of cotton and boasted active cotton gins.
But in , the boll weevil, a cotton-bud-eating beetle, had crossed the Rio Grande from Mexico into Brownsville, Texas, and was making its way through the cotton-growing regions in the. By the s, all areas faced dramatic losses in production. Large farms were broken into smaller farms, government programs encouraged farmers to grow less cotton, and the Florida citrus industry was developing. Antone Have a memory to share? Email Alicia Antone, executive director of the Matheson Museum, at executivedirector mathesonmuseum.
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Henry, the multitalented year-old Oak Hall School recent graduate, acts, performs ragtime music in a group called the Cigar Band, recites ancient works in Greek and Latin, was a member of the school weightlifting team and plays Ultimate Frisbee, all while maintaining an impressive 4. Attorney Bill Allen knows a thing or two about winning. As a Gator football player, receiving his MBA and law degree, and handling more than 5, personal injury and wrongful death cases over 21 years, he has channeled his drive and competitive spirit to benefit people on his team.
More recently, he and his wife of 28 years, Ginny, have focused their considerable energies on coming out on top once again, this time against cancer. Sigurd Normann and his wife of 25 years, LeJene. Normann, UF professor emeritus, is also living with cancer. Over the course of their three-decade friendship, the Allens and the Normanns have celebrated many happy occasions.
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Florida Division, he led the effort to create the Florida Biomedical Research Program, which channeled millions of additional dollars toward medical research on cancer. After Bill married his high-school sweetheart, and Sig married LeJene, the foursome clicked just as the bachelors had. Still, it is not often friendships made early on in life last through building careers and raising children, but this one has. Both have been through a range of treatments, including a bone marrow transplant for Sig and rounds of chemotherapy.
Ginny is currently in remission, and Sig has just come out of remission and is currently undergoing treatment. When I was first diagnosed, the life expectancy for half of those diagnosed with multiple myeloma was two years. Today it is 10 years. Yes, I have seen a change. And some people are cured. There are 23 new drugs for myeloma that are in various stages in trial, and those are for individuals who have become refractory—are resistant to their current medications. During his term as president of the.
Allen Law Firm was the largest corporate fundraiser for the Lymphoma and Leukemia Society in and each year they make a commitment to some charitable cancer organization or research facility. In addition to raising funds, everyone at the law firm devotes hours of their time giving back to the community. Inspiring others to help is important to these couples.
Susan Dotson poses with her recently adopted cat Sky, along with her rescued dogs Sweet Pea, from left, and Pepper Potts. A portion of all proceeds go to animal rescue. Could she compete with cuddly kittens and playful adolescents for a chance at a new home? Sky, a domestic short hair, found herself dropped off at the Alachua County Animal Services Center last November -- her owners were moving away and said they could not take her with them.
She was a loving and affectionate feline, and quickly found her way to Animal Services adoptables, where she waited to be among the chosen. And waited. And waited some more. Susan decided to check the cat room. By the end of the visit, they were asking her to bring the cat along when she comes to visit. Acupuncture can be used alone, or for optimal results, in combination with conventional western medicine and surgery. Kathy Otero Dr. Otero is our veterinary acupuncturist, practicing both eastern and western medicine, and will be taking new patients at either of our hospitals.
Otero is bilingual in English and Spanish. Please call us to learn how acupuncture can help your pet and schedule an appointment. Sky is one of many animals that find their way into animal shelters across the country. It takes only a few minutes to visit your local animal shelter or rescue group.
That visit could save a life. There are many ways to look for your new four-legged family companion. Petfinder online or Pet Harbor online are two. Alachua County Animal Services is always here to help. For more information on adoption, stop by. To that end, we present you with your very own Summer Hot List — a guide to the best of the season. A surfer surveys the waves on Crescent Beach. Wallaby Ranch hang gliding in Davenport, Florida.
What: Novices or scaredycats can partner with an instructor in a tandem dive with minimal training, while the bold and daring can take a six- or seven-hour. Skydivers can reach speeds of. What: Get the same training as zookeepers and professional gator wrestlers by learning how to handle alligators of all sizes. Who: If you go by yourself, people ages 16 through 65 must have a current saltwater fishing license. What: Get fresh seafood armed with only a swim mask and a snorkel. Jump into water 4 to 10 feet deep to gather scallops by hand or net.
Why: Scalloping is part treasure hunt, part underwater Easter egg hunt. By catching up to the limit of 2 pounds of scallops per. What: Enjoy nature from a new perspective. Zipliners strap into climbing gear and soar like a bird from. In addition to spotting deer, alligators and other wildlife, many zipline courses feature games, Tarzan swings or places to rappel. Journeys can take 30 minutes to three hours depending on the course.
What: Tour boats bring visitors to the Crystal River National Wildlife Refuge, which was established to protect the warm water and habitat manatees enjoy. Swimmers, equipped with wetsuits, can enter the degree water and swim alongside. Who: Just about everyone. No strength or fitness required. What: A small airplane tows you and your certified instructor to altitudes of 2, feet, 3, feet or a mile. On a clear day, hang gliders can see both Florida coasts, as well as Orlando and its theme parks.
Trainers will explain the history and terminology of alligator behavior, anatomy and wrestling, as well as the importance of alligators and crocodiles in the wild. Where: Crystal River When: Peak manatee season is in the winter, but you can see the sea cows year-round. Why: Manatees, which can grow to 12 feet long and weigh 2, pounds, are naturally inquisitive. Guided tours allow you to learn about the endangered species while immersing in nature and wildlife. What: Beat the heat with an indoor adventure. Scamper up 2, to 8, square feet of climbing obstacles and learn to belay others.
Rock climbing tests your strength, endurance, agility, balance and concentration. Rock gyms routinely host team events and competitions. Who: Adults who weigh less than pounds and children older than Ten-year-olds with previous riding experience can join in as well. What: Choose your own adventure: a minute trail. Where: St. Cloud When: Light rain is OK, but rain checks will be issued for more severe weather. Why: Experience Florida as the settlers did — on horseback.
Adventure through nine different types of ecosystems found on the 4,acre ranch and wildlife conservation area. Part of the proceeds go toward land conservation. These day trips are designed to get you out of your comfort zone and back, all within a day. The nearby Little Talbot Island State Park contains more than five miles of beaches, as well as forests, dunes and wetlands that provide habitat for otters, bobcats and more.
Egmont Key is accessible only by boat but offers much to explore, such as a. Aside from the historic sites and hiking trails, the beach provides a clean swimming spot with excellent snorkeling opportunities and views of the sunset. The acre working farm and wildlife preserve boasts about animals from 35 species, many of which you can feed from the tour.
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The scenic Cholokka Boulevard, lined with live oaks, provides picturesque antique shopping and delicious food. Why not try them at their freshest? Visit Up the Creek Raw Bar, which gives diners outdoor seating with beautiful views of the surrounding wetlands. This small town on the Gulf of Mexico is rich in history, with more than historic homes and businesses listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The menagerie includes diminutive Dexter cattle, giraffes, rhinoceroses, hippopotamuses, ostriches and more.
Camel expeditions last between 60 and 90 minutes. Used as a winter resort in the s, the serene swimming area neighbors a shady picnic ground. Canoe, kayak and paddleboat rentals also allow guests to explore 18, acres of lakes, creeks and marshes in the neighboring Lake Woodruff National Wildlife Refuge. The Spaniards found the natives to be a prickly bunch and first encounters did not go well.
Augustine west to Pensacola or south to Key West? Clockwise from top left: the Castillo de San Marcos in St. George Island near Jacksonville. Bruce Ackerman. Exhibits and living history demonstrations bring this 17th-century landmark to life.
The home of John McQueen, built in , is the oldest plantation house in Florida. The plantation is also the site of a Timucuan historic preserve. In a salt marsh north of St. Those of us who call Florida home can share in this age of discovery through statewide events under the Viva Florida banner.
To fully take in the Spanish. A series of three- and five-day driving tours will start you on your way. By it was the first free black settlement in North America. The remains of Fort Mose were rediscovered in in an archeological expedition led by University of Florida researchers. Another conquistador, Hernando de Soto, is commemorated in Bradenton.
A national park site hosts living history demonstrations from December to April. To order the guide, visit www. The guide is in both Spanish and English. The Yearling Restaurant is open noon to 9 p. Thursday, noon to 10 p. Friday and Saturday, and noon to p. Among the old Florida items on its menu are venison, quail, frog legs and alligator. Those less adventurous can order stuffed flounder, a grilled chicken breast or prime rib, among other entrees. In the South, it usually involves dishes like Grandma used to make: fried chicken, macaroni and cheese, great biscuits.
The unpretentious family-run restaurant is located in a strip mall on Orange Center Boulevard just off the John Young Parkway. Open from 8 a. The fried chicken is special, but why not make it better by ordering chicken and waffles? Or red velvet waffles? Fried green tomatoes, shrimp and grits, and baked macaroni and cheese with a crispy crust offer the flavor of the South. Cross Creek is 14 miles south of Gainesville. Just down the road from the Rawlings home is the Yearling Restaurant, which first. In St. Seating is family style on a first-come basis.
Prepare to wash it all down with another Southern staple, sweet tea. The restaurant is closed Sunday and Monday. Ocala www. Enjoy a down-home meal and a touch of local history with a stop at the Ivy House, 20 minutes from Gainesville in Williston. Jesse M. A historic home in Ocala now houses the Ivy House of Ocala.
Both make the most of the Hale family recipes. Enjoy such favorites as shrimp and grits, fried green tomatoes on your BLT sandwich, or Krispy as in Rice Krispies baked chicken with macaroni and cheese. Wash it all down with raspberry tea. Luckily, nearby we have a large variety of options from which to choose. File photo. Poe: Located just outside of High Springs, this small, quiet park is nestled in the heart of acres of Florida woods and offers a beautiful way to escape the hustle and bustle of the city. With volleyball nets and large pavilions for group gatherings, as well as a soccer and softball field, this little spring offers a variety of activities.
Ichetucknee: This refreshing spring four miles northwest of of Fort White leads its visitors on a winding 6-mile journey through rich hardwood hammocks before flowing. It also offers picnic tables, grills, restrooms, dressing rooms, camp sites, boating, fishing, hiking and diving through an extensive network of underwater caves.
Whether canoeing, kayaking or tubing, visitors will enjoy this extraordinary and relaxing float through the heart of Florida wilderness. Ginnie: Diving enthusiasts will enjoy the excursion through the Ginnie Spring Basin, with its walls composed of lightreflective limestone and unique winding caverns. The privately-owned park just outside of High Springs also offers a variety of fun activities, such as camping, volleyball, picnic tables and barbecue grills, with on-site.
Neptune Beach and Atlantic Beach Jacksonville : Just 20 miles east of downtown Jacksonville, both beaches offer visitors a chance to swim, fish, sunbathe or take a quiet leisurely stroll down the shoreline. Crescent Beach St. Its fine white sands, offbeach parking, picnic areas, showers and restrooms help to make it a great, quick getaway.
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It offers one. Augustine : More than 1, acres of natural, untouched beauty and spacious beaches make up this expansive state park just east of St. With fishing, boating, camping, windsurfing and more, there is certain to be an activity for everyone to enjoy. Offering beautiful gardens and a peaceful setting for leisurely walks or picnicking in the sun, they may find themselves never wanting to leave. The park entrance is three miles north of Dunnellon on U. Highway Longboat Key: This beautiful Gulf coast beach just north of Sarasota offers a quiet escape from the billboards, neon signs and shopping malls of the mainland.
Take a leisurely ride along the winding Gulf of Mexico Drive to view its 19 miles of extravagant mansions and tropical wildlife. Short-course lap lanes, dive towers, one- and three-meter diving boards, kiddie pool and swim lessons make this a great place to develop your skills as a swimmer. With amenities such as its disabled access ramp, bathhouses and showers, and professional trained staff, this pool aims to accommodate the needs of all swimmers. Mickle Sr. Pool SE 15th St. There is a wide sundeck perfect for sunbathing or picnicking with the family and bathhouses and showers for getting dressed.
There is a disabled access ramp to accommodate all visitors. It has eight short course lap lanes, splash pad and one- and three-meter diving boards. It also has a water slide for the kids, along with swim lessons with a professionally trained staff. The large deck allow plenty of space for sunbathing and the bathhouses and showers provide a nice way to clean up before and after. Disabled access ramps are available to accommodate all visitors.
Tioga Town Center also will host concerts once a month. UF Bat House: About , bats emerge from the two bat barns near Lake Alice during a to minute window after sunset. The Canyons Zip Line and Canopy Tours company in Ocala hosts these tours sporadically throughout the summer during full moons. Help unleash your little Monets and Manets by exposing kids to a variety of cultural and art programs at the local museums. The Samuel P. Harn Museum : Hull Road, harn.
In addition, there are family days covering a variety of themes planned during weekends. The Hipp also offers summer camp opportunities for kids and teens no acting experience necessary , where actors learn everything about stage production from memorizing lines to creating scenery to marketing the finished product. Kids of all ages love water play and Gainesville offers up plenty of opportunities to get wet. Silver Springs Blvd. Newberry, bouncinbig. Bowling: is another great indoor activity for kids of all ages, especially when kids can bowl free at participating alleys such as Reitz Union Reitz Union Dr.
The club meets at a predetermined location and provides a family-friendly guided hike and scavenger hunt to help kids learn about and explore nature in their. The acre interactive theme park is geared toward visitors age 2 to 12, and features rides, shows and attractions. In addition, the Legoland Water Park is. It even has its own water park, called Buccaneer Bay. December Daeha's paper on "Efros-Shklovskii variable range hopping in reduced graphene oxide sheets of varying carbon sp2 fraction" is published in Physics Review B.
November Daeha successfully defended his Ph. Daeha published 10 peer reviewed papers during his Ph. November Biddut successfully defended his Ph. Biddut published 9 peer reviewed papers during his Ph. November Narae successfully defended her M. November Udai successfully defended his M. May Dr. August Mohammad passed his proposal defense, congratulations! June Mohammad passed his qualifier exam, congratulations! May Udai Bhanu joined our group. He is a graduate student in physics.
She is accepted in the graduate program of University of Texas at Austin. April Feras passed his proposal defense, congratulations! March We received NSF funding for exploring carbon nanotube — organic interface. January Narae Kang joined our group. She is a graduate student in physics. September Mohammad received 2nd best poster award in the Nanophotonics and Nanoelectronics category at NanoFlorida.
August Edwards Jimenez joined our group. He is an undergraduate student in Electrical Engineering. July Daeha passed his proposal defense, congratulations! July Biddut passed his proposal defense, congratulations! June Daeha passed his qualifier exam, congratulations! June Biddut passed his qualifier exam, congratulations! June Arif's paper on Poly 3-hexylthiophene crystalline nanoribbon network for organic field effect transistors is published in Applied Physics Letters. May Arif's paper on Poly 3-hexylthiophene crystalline nanoribbon network for organic field effect transistors is accepted for publication in Applied Physics Letters.
May Farnood Rezaie joined our group. Welcome Farnood! April Paul successfully defended his Ph. He is taking a job at Triquint Semiconductor. Congratulations to Dr. April Surajit's paper on Position dependent photodetector from large area reduced graphene oxide thin films is accepted for publication in Applied Physics Letters. April Dr. Khondaker has been promoted to Asscociate Professor with tenure.
March Daeha's paper on High yield fabrication of chemically reduced graphene oxide field effect transistors by dielectrophoresis is accepted for publications in Nanotechnology. March Dr. January Paul's paper on High quality solution processed carbon nanotube transistors assembled by AC dielectrophoresis is accepted for publication in Applied Physics Letters. January Feras Alzubi joined our group.