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Fellowship extends Ndukaife’s lab-on-chip work to Nigeria

Faster, more precise lab-on-a-chip holds promise of early cancer diagnosis

Media response to our article on: “High-Resolution Large-ensemble Nanoparticles Trapping with Multifunctional Thermoplasmonic Nanohole Metasurface”, Justus Ndukaife, et. al., ACS Nano 2018. Highlighted by: Research news @ VanderbiltPhys.Org, Nanowerk

Professor Ndukaife wins 2017 Prize in Physics by Dimitris N. Chorafas Foundation

He was recognized for his work on plasmon nano-optical tweezers. The Dimitris N. Chorafas Foundation awards scientific prizes for outstanding work in selected fields in the engineering sciences, medicine and the natural sciences. It rewards research characterized by its high potential for practical application and by the special significance attached to its aftermath.

Media response to: “Plasmonics: turning loss into gain”, Justus Ndukaife, et. al., SCIENCE, 2016

In plasmonics, ‘optical loses’ could bring practical gain, phys.org

Media response to the article on: “Long-range and rapid transport of individual nano-objects by a hybrid electrothermoplasmonic nanotweezer, Justus Ndukaife, et. al.NATURE NANOTECHNOLOGY, 2016

Nanotweezer is new tool to create advanced plasmonic technologies, phys.org, nanowerk

Nanotweezer increases the velocity of particle transport , photonics.com