In collaboration with Professor Zhang, a wearable sensor for the blind will be presented at the IEEE Sensors conference.
New papers have been published in Nature Scientific Reports and MethodsX. These papers describes how to perform selective PDMS bonding and detailed information about micro valve array fabrication, respectively. Excellent work, Zach and previous BMNS members.
Zach will talk about microfluidics in zeroG and Minju will present cornea chip work!
The Kim lab has been awarded Ascender grant entitled “A Dynamic Cell Culture Platform for Combinatorial and Biomechanical Stimulation” supported by UURF.
Title: Microgravity Test Plan for a Fully Integrated Programmable Microfluidic Organic Analyzer
Conference: 53rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference
Congrats for travel award, Zach!
The Kim lab has been awarded a pilot grant entitled A biomimetic cornea chip for studying Fuchs’ dystrophy from Center for Clinical & Translational Science supported by NCAT.
BMNS lab recruits graduate students who are interested in Microsystems for space mission and biosensor development. Please send CV for further discussion!
New paper from collaborative work with Georgia Tech has been published in Colloids and Surfaces A. This paper describes how to form in situ inorganic membrane at the interface.
New paper has been published in Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering. This paper describes how to remove back flow for a peristaltic pump using microvalves.
Welcome to BMNS lab, Dr. Ahn! Let’s mimic inner ear to study molecular mechanism and drug delivery!