Congratulations Kayla and Clay on their wedding day! It has been a busy year in the Franz lab both academically and personally. Best wishes to the newlyweds!
Jake’s Si-H insertion paper is highlighted in the September issue of SYNFACTS!
Congratulations to Angel for receiving the Business Development Fellowship from the Mike and Renee Child Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship! This fellowship will allow Angel learn and develop the commercial applications of his synthetic research while also developing his overall business and entrepreneurship acumen. Read more here!
Dr. Franz and Cody receive the Science Translation and Innovative Research (STAIR) grant! This grant will support an ongoing project to develop an algae-based ruminant feed supplement that will both decrease the methane emissions of cattle production and increase feed efficiency.
“Developing an Algae Ruminant Feed Additive to Reduce Methane Emissions”
Methane emissions from cattle and other ruminants contribute significantly to greenhouse gas emissions. Annaliese Franz and her team are developing an algae-based ruminant feed supplement that will both decrease the methane emissions of cattle production and increase feed efficiency.
Jake’s paper detailing enantioselective Si-H insertion reactions of diarylcarbenes for the synthesis of silicon-stereogenic silanes is published in the Journal of the American Chemical Society!
Congratulations to Teresa and Tony on their beautiful wedding day! We wish them the best of luck on their new journey.
Congratulations to Angel for getting a Tech Transfer Internship at InnovationAccess in the UC Davis Office of Research!
Congratulations Linnea and Yun-Pu on passing your qualifying exams and advancing to candidacy!
Celebrating the new year with a Franz Lab photoshoot, jump shot and all! There are a lot of exciting improvements/additions being made to the Chemistry building so a picture with all of it in the background seemed appropriate. We have many new members, both graduate and undergraduate, who we are excited to start working with. Welcome to the lab!
Welcome to the lab David Coppage and Adilene Bernal Sánchez!