Congratulations to the students in MIT’s BEEAM high school research program and undergraduate REU program who have all successfully completed a summer of intensive research in MIT’s labs.
At the end of July, representatives from all of the participating EBICS institutions, including members of the 2019 summer REU program and the ENGAGES program at Georgia Tech came together in Georgia for three days of research presentations, collaboration, and fun.
Congratulations to Dr. Hang Lu of Georgia Tech, who has won the 2019 “Pioneers of Miniaturization” lectureship, sponsored by Dolomite and Lab on a Chip, for her outstanding contributions to the understanding and development of miniaturized systems.
A group of M-CELS researchers and ethicists that came together during the 2018 EBICS M-CELS conference has recently published “Multi-cellular engineered living systems: building a community around responsible research on emergence” in Biofabrication. The perspective explores the ethical and societal challenges that are beginning to arise in the field of M-CELS and the need for an …
EBICS MIT recently hosted its spring Research Symposium, featuring research presentations from Hyeonyu Kim, Marianna Sofman, Min-Cheol Kim, Vera Koledova, Alex Brown, Wade Wang, and Jean Carlos Serrano.
Congratulations to Dr. Paula Hammond, who was recently featured as one of Chemistry and Engineering News’ “Amazing Women in Science”. In her interview, Dr. Hammond discusses her research on polymer chemistry, her background, and the importance of diversity in science and education.
UIUC’s Rashid Bashir and PBS NewsHour’s Miles O’Brien talk about how engineers are using the design principles found in nature to create new and improved biobots.
Congratulations to Eunkyung Ko, Seung Jung Yu, Gelson J. Pagan‐Diaz, Ziad Mahmassani, Marni D. Boppart, Sung Gap I, Rashid Bashir, and Hyunjoon Kong on the publication of “Matrix Topography Regulates Synaptic Transmission at the Neuromuscular Junction” in Advanced Science
Congratulations to Professor Linda Griffith, who is one of three MIT faculty to be named as a 2018 fellow of the National Academy of Inventors.