Nov. 29, 2017—Naomi Mburu, a student at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County who worked in our lab during the summer of 2015 on a 3D printing project, just won a Rhodes Scholarship. She is the first student in UMBC’s history to win this prestigious award, and the Bellan lab is incredibly proud of her and her...
Xin’s paper on thermoresponsive transient electronics is accepted to Applied Materials and Interfaces
Jun. 6, 2017—Xin’s work on thermoresponsive transient electronics is accepted to Applied Materials and Interfaces. In this paper, we demonstrate transient conductors that must remain in warm water to stay functional….if the water cools below a threshold temperature the conductive composite disintegrates and is destroyed.
Jan. 31, 2017—NSF Science Nation video “Cotton candy machine used to regrow human tissue” about our NSF-funded tissue engineering research
Sep. 26, 2016—Jason’s poster on optimization of gelatin devices for cell viability helped win him a Vanderbilt Undergraduate Research Fair award! Congrats Jason! Vanderbilt Undergraduate Research Fair
Jung Bok’s paper on using sacrificial spun PNIPAM fibers to make artificial capillary beds is out in Advanced Healthcare Materials!
Feb. 4, 2016—Jung Bok’s paper on using sacrificial spun PNIPAM fibers to make artificial capillary beds is out in Advanced Healthcare Materials! Congrats to all the authors.
Aug. 28, 2015—Leon was recently awarded grants from the National Science Foundation (one in collaboration with Profs. Deyu Li and Richard Mu, and another in collaboration with Prof. Hak-Joon Sung), the American Heart Association (in collaboration with Prof. Hak-Joon Sung), and the Vanderbilt Trans-Institutional Programs mechanism (in collaboration with Profs. Charles Manning, Michael Nickels, Ronald Walker, David...
Aug. 28, 2015—Please see the website for more details and the podcast.
Jun. 27, 2015—We hope this will be useful to other researchers who need addressable, low cost peristaltic pumps.
Shannon’s paper on adhesives to connect tubing to microfluidic hydrogels is published in Biomicrofluidics!
May. 20, 2015—Shannon’s work developing robust techniques to connect external tubing to freestanding microfluidic hydrogels is now published in Biomicrofluidics. Congratulations to all the authors! Link to Article