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Chris D. Geddes
Dr Chris D. Geddes, Ph.D., FRSC, Professor (h-index: 49), has extensive experience in Fluorescence Spectroscopy and Plasmonics, publishing 300 papers, 40 books.
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Chris D. Geddes Aug 11
Three of Professor Geddes' undergraduate interns present Posters at the Summer Undergraduate Research Fest, SURF, August 7th, 2019
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Chris D. Geddes Aug 6
Professor Chris D. Geddes publishes new paper which compares the Lyse-It technology to other commonly used cellular lysing and DNA fragmentation technologies. See:
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Chris D. Geddes Jun 21
I am delighted to announce that the Journal of Fluorescence's impact factor has increased from 1.665 to 1.913 this year (just released number for 2018). This is a nice increase and I'd like to thank all my journal colleagues for their help.
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Chris D. Geddes Jun 21
I am delighted to announce that the Plasmonics Journal Impact factor has risen from 2.366 to 2.926 for 2019. I'd like to thank all my colleagues for helping out with the Journal, Kudos, everybody.
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Chris D. Geddes Jun 21
Professor Geddes presents invited Plenary talk "Plasmonic Generation of Electricity: A remarkable Plasmon to Current technology which promises to change the way we think of and use fluorescence spectroscopy today", at ICES 2019, June 19th, 2019.
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Chris D. Geddes Jun 21
Professor Geddes attends ICES 2019, International Conference on Enhanced Spectroscopies, London, Ontario, Canada, June 17-20, 2019.
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Chris D. Geddes May 31
Professor Geddes' Ph.D. student, Tonya Santaus, successfully defends her Ph.D. thesis entitled "Focused Microwaves for Cellular Lysing, DNA/RNA and Protein/Enzyme Fragmentation and Inactivation", on Wednesday 29th 2019.
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Chris D. Geddes May 8
Professor Geddes receiving honoree citation from Delegate Jon Cardin, Maryland House of Delegates General Assembly, April 30th 2019.
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Chris D. Geddes May 8
Dr Geddes gives invited lecture in the "Diagnostics" panel at the Ophthalmic Innovation summit, May 2nd, 2019, entitled "The LacriPen - A portable handheld laboratory in the palm of your hand".
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Chris D. Geddes May 8
Professor Geddes honored by the Maryland House of Delegates General Assembly for Research, teaching and mentoring the next generation of women and minority scientists. April 30th 2019.
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Chris D. Geddes Mar 18
Professor Geddes' student, Elizabeth Hawkins, joins the NASA Space Lifer Science Training Program to work on the BioSentinel nanosatellite.
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Chris D. Geddes Mar 18
Professor Geddes gives the opening Plenary Lecture at Bio-X, Israel, Dead-Sea, March 4th, 2019, Entitled "Plasmonic Generation of Electricity: A Remarkable Plasmon to Current Technology which Promises to Change the Way we Both Think of and Use Fluorescence Spectroscopy Today".
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Chris D. Geddes Mar 18
Professor Geddes gives a talk at the Bio-X conference in Israel, Dead Sea, March 5th 2019, entitled "Lyse-It", a lecture about the "Lyse-It" technology.
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Chris D. Geddes Mar 18
Professor Geddes gives an invited talk at the Bio-X conference, Israel, March 5th 2019, entitled "Understanding How Money Thinks!" in the Entrepreneur / Business sessions / lectures at the Conference.
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Chris D. Geddes Mar 18
Professor Geddes gives invited talk at the Bio-X conference, Israel, March 5th 2019, entitled "Creating Enterprise Value from with an Academic Setting: Can Professor's be Successful Entrepreneurs?"
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Chris D. Geddes Mar 18
Professor Geddes publishes new book, "Reviews in Fluorescence 2017", Springer, New York, ISBN: 978-3-030-01568-8, 320 pages. (Published Feb. 2019)
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Chris D. Geddes Mar 18
Professor Geddes publishes a new book chapter entitled "Microwave-Accelerated Metal-Enhanced Fluorescence (MAMEF): A Rapid, < 10 copy Number Detection Platform", in Reviews in Fluorescence 2017, edited by Chris D. Geddes, Springer, New York, pgs 1-20. Published Feb 2019.
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Chris D. Geddes Mar 18
Dr Geddes has a new paper published in Chem. Phys. Letts, entitled "Alpha-fluorescence (aS1) from thermally stable carbon nanodots", 721, 123-128, 2019.
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Chris D. Geddes Mar 18
Dr Geddes has new paper published in Nanoscale entitled "Silvered Conical-bottom 96-well plates: Enhanced low volume detection and the metal-enhanced fluorescence volume/ratio effect", 11, 4337-4344, 2019.
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Chris D. Geddes Jan 1
Dr Geddes has new paper just published in Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, PCCP, "Heavy Carbon Nanodots 2: Plasmon Amplification in Quanta Plate™ Wells and the Correlation with the Synchronous Scattering Spectrum", 2019, DOI: 10.1039/C8CP06299D.
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