The Rowlands lab website is finally finished, after much swearing and gnashing of teeth, and will go live imminently.
For the first time ever, the Rowlands lab has a website! It has taken far too much time, and will probably break on any browser that wasn't used to write the thing, but can be perused at length by anyone who desired.
The usual sections are present - research, publications, people and recruitment, but you can also download our code and resources, and learn about our funding as well. Group members should also be able to access the group wiki, both for collaboration and keeping notes, as well as leaving useful tips and information on the construction and use of all the instruments in the lab.
The whole thing is a work in progress, so if you have any ideas on how it could be made better, feel free to let us know!
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