Tue 25 Aug 2009
Yat Fai (Michael) Yuen, a PhD student from Hong Kong, walked out of Swope one July evening and was intrigued by the sight of Eel Pond hidden in mist. “I went back to my room and got my camera. When I got back the mist had gone — it became suddenly so clear. And I took the picture,” he says. Yuen worked this summer in Rowe Laboratory with Prof. Andrew Miller of Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. Miller directs the Joint Universities Summer Teaching Laboratory (JUSTL), a program that brings promising young Hong Kong scientists to the MBL for summer research.