Feedback loop: NFK users exchange ideas, suggestions

More than 20 NFK users from Queen’s University’s departments of Physics, Chemistry, Electrical & Computer Engineering, Chemical Engineering and Biomedical and Molecular Sciences, as well as startup Spectra Plasmonics and CMC Microsystems, gathered on Aug. 9 to discuss their work and offer suggestions for equipment and services. Thanks to Dr. Richard Oleschuk’s research group for telling us about their work, and welcome to two new members of our community (shown in front row), Drs. Peng Wang (Chemistry) and Bhavin Shastri (Physics)!