Photos
 

2013 Moore Group Reunion: Beckman Institute

2013 ICSHM Conference: Ghent, Belgium

2013 Moore Group Annual Safety Meeting

2011 Trip to Beijing

2011 Illinois Marathon

2009 Moore Group Softball Game

2009 Moore Group Picnic

The Moore Group Undergrads at the 2009 WCC Undergraduate Research Symposium

Moore Group Instruments

workshop attendees

2016 NSF Chemistry Early Career Investigator Workshop Attendees
Co-chairs: Malika Jeffries-El and Jeff Moore

Moore Group members celebrating successful defenses for newly declared Drs. Ke Yang and Andy (Jun) Li.

Former VS, Sada Tanikawa returns for a visit

jeff, sada and guest

Ahhhh, memories...

when we had hair
Jeff, Semin, Mani, Tim and Xioacun hard at work on the most recent NSF proposal (not pictured: Nag)

Jeff and Leann Moore with former MG member David Song

David Song
Former MG Visiting Scientist, Sada Tanikawa, returned for a visit

WES Group Members (L to R):

Sarah Tayazime, Stephanie Legare, Roman Ambriz, Anna Yee, Albert Cheng, Prof. Moore

WES group picture
Profs. Moore and Diederich catching up during visits to UCLA UIUC campus visit by Prof. Mark Green of NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering
2015 Illinois Marathon 5K Working in a run while visiting Sandia National Labs in New Mexico
Jeff with Prof. Michael Thompson, a Moore family friend, during a recent trip to Iowa State University ICSHM Conference 2013-Ghent, Belgium
Moore Group Alumni at ACS Fall Meeting 2012 Susan and Aaron Esser-Kahn with Dan Pink.


Moore Group Delta 2.0 with three fingers! Moore Group members past and present at the ISNA-14 conference in Eugene, OR (7/27/11)
Hefei's poster was selected for a "Best Poster" award at 2011 Fall MRS meeting.


MG Members at 3M. L to R: PJ Flanigan, Ryan Prince, Doug, Davis, Joe Rule and Mary Caruso. Not Pictured: Scott Thompson (Sept. 2010)


(L to R)Former MG Visiting Scientist Tohru Kawaguchi, Prof. Moore and Keishi Tsukamoto.


(L to R) Prof. Murray, Hefei Dong and Preston May. Hefei and Preston presented at Andrews University on September 27, 2012.
Dave Song and Linda Johnson played key roles as SI leaders in developing the current version of CHEM 332. Here they are at MIT where Dave is currently a graduate student (2012).
Moore Group, ca 1994.
MG photo following Scott Sisco's defense Jeff's running mentor, Scott White running mentor