- REACT@Penn 2018
Scenes from the research meetings and the poster session on January 8, 2018. The program for and videos of the symposium talks are here.
- REACT Workshop and Networking Event
Monday, November 27, 2017 at the Embassy of France in the United States. Photos courtesy of the Office for Science and Technology.
- REACT students at NanoDay@Penn 2017
We had a great turnout of REACT students volunteering for NanoDay@Penn 2017 on October 3, 2017. Not all of them were caught on camera, but the below photos give a sense of the energy that they brought to the event.
- Prototyping Workshop in Photos
The 2017 REACT cohort at GIANT was challenged with a three day workshop of hands-on tent prototyping.
- Welcome Lunch for 2017 Summer Students
On May 30, visiting French students from Grenoble, in the REACT program, and American undergraduates in the Singh Center REU program met their research mentors at a lunch on their first day at the University of Pennsylvania.
- Fellows Engage Public at STEM Events
REACT Fellows participate in various outreach events through the year. Melissa Vettleson and Ted Trigg shared their expertise and passion for science at Philadelphia Materials Day on February 4, 2017.
- REACT@Penn 2017 Photos
Photos from REACT@Penn, January 9, 2017
- Sessions for Bryn Mawr College and Villanova Students
REACT Fellows and BMC and Villanova students presented sessions to encourage undergraduates to apply for REACT’s summer research opportunity at GIANT. The BMC session was on November 18, 2016 and the Villanova session was on December 1, 2016.
- Meet the 2017 Fellows Lunch
The 2016 and 2017 cohorts of REACT Fellows were invited to meet each other and the REACT PIs over lunch on November 21, 2016.
- Solvay-REACT Connections Program Networking Event
We were very pleased that Drs. Joey Ruiz, Ganesh Sanganwar and Amit Sehgal joined our Penn-based Fellows for lunch on October 19, 2016. Although the Solvay-REACT Connections program is primarily based on virtual interactions, it was super to have an opportunity for some face-to-face discussion about REACT-related science and industry career paths.