The Johnson Lab was reunited with some alumni and old friends at the Gaseous Ions GRC in Ventura, CA last week! Always good to catch up with some familiar faces! photo credit: Mike Duncan
Recent work by the Johnson Lab on the Grotthuss mechanism has been highlighted in both the Japanese journal Kagaku (translated: Chemistry) and on the NSF homepage for News from the Field. The DOE Basic Energy Sciences also highlighted some of the lab's recent work on the accomodation of an excess proton in size-selective water clusters.
Taking advantage of the beautiful February weather in Ojai, CA by spending the afternoon golfing during the Gaseous Ions GRC last week!
(left to right: Ryan Julian, Mike Bowers, Gary Weddle, Mark Johnson, Mike Duncan)