Welcome to the lab, Peng!
Not the most exciting game, but fun to meet baby Adrien and welcome everyone to our new home!
Megan proudly represents the Weber lab, getting positive feedback from students and faculty alike.
Weber lab welcomes back old friends and says goodbye to new ones over what else, chocolate. Turnover is bittersweet but we’re grateful for all the hard work over the past year and excited for new adventures in 2019!
Baljyot, Colin and Steph hack together some Turing patterns at the McGill Physics Hackathon.
Premature going-away party for Susi Kaitna, Vogel lab research associate and Weber lab’s go-to mama bear. Luckily, we get a couple extra months of your wisdom and support. Thank you for everything; we could not have survived all the ceiling leaks, freezer failures and lab moves without you!!
After almost 2 years in the lab, U3 students David and James move on for their honors projects. Both made significant contributions, introducing new techniques to the lab and making intriguing observations about phase separation in vitro and in vivo. Thank you and good luck!
3 proteins, 2 summers and 1 phase diagram!
Weber Lab summer picnic features football and ice cream!
Congratulations to Anne-Marie for organizing a successful meeting and to Albright for winning a poster award!
Busted brackets and a poker game. Fun afternoon, but maybe we should stick to science?
"Growth-rate dependent assembly of transcriptional foci in E. coli"
After numerous setbacks, Albright gets his clone! What a beautiful, unambiguous gel:)