Sierra-Rose Brown presented her work with Yuan and Minxi titled “Electroaxial and topological guidance of dictyostelium discoideum cells” at the Undergraduate Research Poster Symposium in April. Well done, Sierra!
Xiangbing Jiao passed his defense on 3/15, and we held a party to celebrate his achievements. Congratulations, Dr. Xiangbing Jiao!
Xiangbing’s paper on reconciling the flexibility and rigidity of implantable bioprobes has been accepted by Nano Letters. Congratulations, Xiangbing!
Quan gave a talk of our work on the ultra-thin flexible bio-probe at the International Conference on Advances in Functional Materials at UCLA on Aug 14-16. Thanks for the invitation!
Minxi Hu and Julian Lopez joined the group. Welcome!
https://sinema.house.gov/newsletters/march-grants-newsletter2/ ASU’s Dr. Quan Qing awarded $389,000 for scalable fabrication and recognition tunneling sequencing study of solid-state nanopore devices This grant will be used to focus on developing a new strategy for producing solid state nanopore devices with transverse control electrodes, to enable large scale production of next-generation nanopore-based DNA sequencing machines, which feature precise …
On March 17th 2017, Sierra-Rose recently presented a poster at the “24th Undergraduate Poster Symposium” of CLAS, of her research work in collaboration with Yuan, Xiangbing and Houpu, titled “Fabrication of incubation chambers for long-term observations of cell development and behaviors under local electrical stimuli”. Nice job, Sierra and everyone! Link of the event: https://sols.asu.edu/news-events/events/24th-annual-undergraduate-research-poster-symposium …
http://www.statepress.com/article/2017/01/spscience-nanodevices-research-qing Biophysics at ASU sets big sights on small tech Research at ASU may lead to widespread use of nanomachines By Corey Hawk When it comes to biophysics, good things come in small packages. Dr. Quan Qing of ASU’s biophysics department is directing research on nanodevices and their applications, with the possibility of mass-producing them in the …
Quan receives an Exploratory/Developmental grant award (R21) from National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) of National Institutes of Health. Thanks for the support!
Joshua Sadar won the Outstanding Student Presentations Awards with his talk titled “Bottom-up preparation of nanopore array with self-aligned nanogap electrodes for single biomolecule characterization” at the APS Four Corners Section (Fall 2016 Joint Meeting with the Texas Section). Congratulations, Joshua! Here is the link to the announcement: https://www.aps.org/units/4cs/meetings/presentations.cfm