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Dr. Theresa Freeman is our new Scientist of the Week!

Have you ever been stuck wearing a cast because you broke your arm or leg? I bet you wished for a speedy recovery, as casts can be very uncomfortable! Plasma to the rescue! Studies show how plasma might be able to solve this problem by promoting cell growth and improving bone formation (https://ryortho.com/breaking/cold-plasma-leads-to-increased-bone-formation/). Our new Scientist of the week, Dr. Theresa Freeman has performed extensive research in the field… Read more →

Natalie Chernets Interview

It is so important to hear from young professionals! Dr. Natalie Chernets, our Scientist of the Week, confirms this with an amazing interview she provided to The Science and Engineering Cafe. She talks about the current status and future of Plasma Medicine, the Gordon Research Conference and some of the challenges that international students face.  I have nothing else to… Read more →

Gordon Research Seminar

Are you a graduate student, post-doctoral fellow, or junior scientist currently pursuing cutting-edge research within the field of Plasma Processing Science? Consider attending the 2016 Gordon Research Seminar on Plasma Processing Science: Frontiers of plasma research: plasma medicine, plasma interaction with liquids and nanofabrication that will take place at the Proctor Academy, Andover, NH (USA) 23-24 July 2016. For more… Read more →

Michelle Mann Interview

I met Michelle at the AVS conference a few months ago when I attended her presentation on plasma treatment of materials. I was very impressed with her results and her confidence while presenting her research. The quality of her research was no surprise to me, as she is studying with one of the most respected scientists in our field, Dr.… Read more →

Michelle Mann selected as Scientist of the Week on the Science and Engineering Cafe

Happy New Year to all!   We start the new year with a breath of fresh air! Our first Scientist of the Week is Michelle Mann, a young and very promising researcher from Colorado State University working in Dr. Ellen Fisher’s group. Michelle’s interview will be posted in the next few days.     Here is some information about Michelle,… Read more →

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