Bioengineering graduate students from Professor Luke Lee’s research group garnered a collection of high-profile honors at the Ninth International Conference on Miniaturized Systems for Chemistry and Life Sciences (µTAS), held in Boston from October 9th to 13th.
Gang Liu was selected to give presentations on two of his submitted papers – a rare honor for anyone at an international meeting, but especially rare for a student presenter. Liu presented on “Nanoplasmonic Biomolecular Ruler With A 2 Nm Spatial Resolution For Probing Restricted Digestion Of Nucleic Acids”, and “Soft Lithography-Based Nano-Well Sers Substrate For Label-Free Biomolecular Detection Chip”.
Dino DiCarlo won the best poster award on Monday for his poster on “Large Scale Single Cell Analysis Using High Density Hydrodynamic Trapping Arrays”, while Phillip Lee won best poster on Wednesday for ” Microfluidic Cell Culture Array For Quantitative Biology”.
Congratulations Gang, Dino and Phillip!