Congratulations to Paul's new publication: Hybrid microfluidics platform for studying electrotaxis of glioblastoma
Paul's work published in APL Bioengineering has been featured on AIP Scilight, see link here!
"Tsai et al demonstrated a hybrid microfluidic platform for studying glioblastoma electrotaxis. By combining the microfluidic system with a high-throughput machine learning approach for single cell tracking, the group observed how voltage-gated ion channels influence cell movements in two different models of glioblastoma, and charted the effects of the ion channels on cancer cell migration."
Congratulation to Riccardo for being awarded 2020 Kakenhi (Grant-in-Aid for Early-Career Scientists) on his project titled "Development of a dual-mode optical/microgravimetric biosensor for the detection of three prostate cancer biomarkers"!
Congratulations to Cameron and Simon on the back cover image in Small, with special thanks to Kazumi for the image design!
Congratulation to Cameron for being awarded 2020 Kakenhi (Grant-in-Aid for Early-Career Scientists) on his project titled "Purely Elastic Flow-induced Vibrations of Microcylinders: Viscoelastic Fluid-Structure Interaction in Microfluidics"!
Congratulations to Rameez and Atsushi on their cover image, based on our collaboration with Prof. Ashis Sen’s group at IIT, Madras!
Congratulations to Rameez and Atsushi’ article on APL cover, our collaboration with Prof. Ashis Sen’s group at IIT, Madras!
Congratulation to Atsushi for receiving Kakenhi (Grant-in-Aid for Early-Career Scientists) in April 2019 on his project titled "Elucidating the unusual charge screening effect on the polymer dynamics of polymerized ionic liquids"!
Congratulations to Simon and Kazi's Soft Matter article on the Journal cover!
Congratulation to Shivani for receiving JSPS DC2 fellowship on her research in micro/nanofluidic immunoassays!
Congratulations to Simon's Physics of Fluids article on the Journal cover!
Congratulation to Shivani for receiving JASSO's “Monbukagakusho Honor’s Scholarship” award!
Congratulation to Kei-san for receiving excellent contribution award!
Congratulations to Nikhil and Shivani on their Advanced Biosystems article: "Large‐Scale Nanophotonic Structures for Long‐Term Monitoring of Cell Proliferation, April 2018. The beautiful cover image was made by Shivani! See https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/toc/23667478/2/4
Congratulations to Noa and Simon on their recent article published in Physical Review X, examining the formation of vortices in fluids with and without added polymers, by using in a special microfluidic device. Also, check out the article related to this work: Taming Charybdis: Controlling a Vortex Using Polymers.
Francesco Del Giudice et al. have been awarded a Soft Matter poster prize for their work “The μ-rheometer: an effective microfluidic platform to measure relaxation time of weakly viscoelastic polymer solutions”. The prize was received at the Annual European Rheology Conference 2017 held in Copenhagen.
Congratulations to Francesco and Simon on their Journal of Rheology article: Relaxation time of dilute polymer solutions: a microfluidic approach, Journal of Rheology, 2017, 61, 327. Our cover image can be found in the March/April issue of Journal of Rheology.
Our work on the the flow around a micropost is selected for the cover image in the Soft Matter. Congratulations to Simon and Ya
The beautiful cover image was made by Simon and Ya! Article link: http://pubs.rsc.org/en/content/articlehtml/2016/sm/c6sm01597b
Our work on dual-mode sensor is selected for the cover image in the Nanoscale. Congratulations to Nikhil, Doojin, and Shivani!
The cool cover image was made by Shivani! Article link: http://xlink.rsc.org/?DOI=C6NR07664E
Congratulations to Noa for receiving JSPS Ph.D fellowship for her thesis on studying flow instabilities in microfluidic flows.
Congratulations, Simon for being selected as the distinguished young Rheologist of 2016!
Dr. Mandy Leung received JSPS Postdoctoral Fellowship to make curcumin nanoparticles for nanomedicine applications! Mandy received her Ph.D in Chemistry from The University of Adelaide in Australia.