Welcome to the Lynn Lab Sydni!
The Lynn Lab welcomes our newest member, Sydni Alexis Elebra! Sydni is a first-year student in the Chemistry Ph.D. program. She completed her B.S. in Chemistry at Wayne State University where she worked on synthesizing and adding photocages and light-sensitive synthetic molecules to monosaccharides.
The Lynn Lab Partners with Free99Fridge (11/18/22)
The Lynn Lab partnered with Free99Fridge, a community fridge based on the mutual aid model, to pack and donate PB&Js for the Atlanta community. Check out their website and consider donating or volunteering yourself!
Fall 2022 Lynn Lab Hike (10/15/22)
The Lynn Lab took a group trip to the East Palisades Trail in Atlanta, GA to hike the trails around the Chattahoochee River.
Celebrating Youngsun’s Last Day!
Youngsun defended his dissertation in May 2022 and is now working as a post-doctoral student at Eli Lilly in Indianapolis, IN.
The Lynn Lab Goes Hiking (6/28/21)
On Monday, June 28, 2021, the Lynn Lab took a group trip to Red Top Mountain State Park to explore nature and hike the trails!
2020 Lynn Lab Poem (12/22/20)
“ON THE FIFTH DAY” – By Jane Hirshfield
On the fifth day
the scientists who studied the rivers
were forbidden to speak
or to study the rivers.
The scientists who studied the air
were told not to speak of the air,
and the ones who worked for the farmers
and the ones who worked for the bees.
Someone, from deep in the Badlands,
began posting facts.
The facts were told not to speak
and were taken away.
The facts, surprised to be taken, were silent.
Now it was only the rivers
that spoke of the rivers,
and only the wind that spoke of its bees,
while the unpausing factual buds of the fruit trees
continued to move toward their fruit.
The silence spoke loudly of silence,
and the rivers kept speaking,
of rivers, of boulders and air.
In gravity, earless and tongueless,
the untested rivers kept speaking.
Bus drivers, shelf stockers,
code writers, machinists, accountants,
lab techs, cellists kept speaking.
They spoke, the fifth day, of silence.