Joseph Wang receives two Honorary Professor Awards from Beijing Science Technology University (BSTU), Beijing and Nanjing University of Science and Technology, Nanjing (China), August 2011. Se
Distinguished Professor Marc Meyers has been elected a Fellow of the American Physical Society,
Researchers at UC San Diego have developed a novel method of disguising nanoparticles as red blood cells, which will enable them to evade the body’s immune system and deliver cancer-fighting drugs straight to a tumor.
A new biomaterial designed for repairing damaged human tissue doesn’t wrinkle up when it is stretched.
Diagnostics: Tiny motors capture cancer cells and DNA from biological fluids
The existing approaches used to detect circulating cancer cells. A team of researchers led by Liangfang Zhang and Joseph Wang, University of California – San Diego, USA, have come up with a new method to pickup and transport cancer cell payloads under physiological conditions and
They were named as SCI Scholars. Part of the award is a 10 week internship this summer at a chemical plant. Nathan is going to Air Liquide and Eli is going to Chevron Phillips.
For global leadership in the field of mechanical behavior of materials and for original and seminal contributions to the fundamental mechanisms in shock compression, shear localization, grain-size effects, and biological materials.
Congratulations to Carolyn Schutt and faculty advisor Sadik Esener with the research poster MELTING THE NANOSTRUCTURED LIPID SURFACE OF MICROBUBBLES TO INCREASE ULTRASOUND-MODULATED FLUORESCENCE FOR DEEP TISSUE OPT
The winner of the Huppert Memorial Outstanding Chemical Engineering Senior for 2011 is Ramzi Said.
Two Warren College awards were given to Chemical Engineering senior Colin Scholtz.
Congratulations to Daniel Kagen and faculty advisor Joseph Wang, with the research poster entitled "BIOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS OF CATALYTIC NANOMOTORS".
This award recognizes a career of excellence in teaching both undergraduates and graduate students, mentoring graduate students, and contributing the development of educational curricula in her field.
Dr. Shaochen Chen's website is now online. Dr. Chen is a Professor in the Nanoengineering Department at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD). He is also a faculty member of the Institute of Engineering in Medicine at UCSD.
Congratulations to Roy Lefkowitz, Graduate Student; Advisors: Professors Michael Heller, Geert Schmid-Schonbein on Research Expo poster submission "An Early Point-of-
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Congratulations to Roy Lefkowitz, Graduate Student; Advisors: Professors Michael Heller, Geert Schmid-Schonbein on Research Expo poster submission "An Early Point-of-Care Shock Diagnostic: Clinically Relevant Detection of Protease Activity in Whole Blood" for winning the "Department Best Poster"
NANO meets BIO: Understanding the Mechanisms of Immune Recognition of Engineered Nanomedicines
Dmitri Simberg, Ph.D.
UC San Diego, Moores Cancer Center
An Interdisciplinary Approach to Diagnosis and Treatment of Common Blinding Eye Diseases
Kang Zhang, Ph.D.
UC San Diego
Precipitation Effects in Ion Implanted Aluminum Nitride
Fatima Alleyne, Doctoral Candidate
University of California, Berkeley
Atmospheric Nanoparticles: Measurements and Observations
Jim Smith, Ph.D.
National Center for Atmospheric Research
High-throughput First-principles Computational Materials Design
Kesong Yang, Ph.D.
Data-Driven Materials Design: Combining Science and Informatics to Accelerate Materials Innovation
Shyue Ping Ong, Ph.D.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Revisiting Asphaltene Precipitation from Crude Oils: A Case of Neglected Kinetic Effects
H. Scott Folger, Ph.D.
University of Michigan
Nanostructured Materials for Advanced Energy Storage
Cengiz Ozkan, Ph.D.
Engineered Nanostructures for Investigation and Regulation of Cellular Signaling Processes
Gang-yu Liu, Ph.D.
Deformation Related Processing to Performance of Zr Alloys
Leo Prakash, Ph.D.
University of Manchester