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Cell Membrane Dynamics and Organization
Virus Fusion Kinetics and Engineering Virus-like Therapeutic Delivery Systems
Dynamics of Vibrating Drops on Surfaces: Miniature Beakers-on-a-Chip and Surface Chemistry Applications
Congratulations to Mark Richards on the acceptance of his paper in Analytical Chemistry! Read it here.
Congratulations to Donald Lee for winning the "Best Oral Presentation" at the 3rd bilateral Cornell-EMSE workshop on bioelectronics in Porquerolles France! Donald spoke about his virus binding work with Parvo virus. Professor Daniel Presented two talks at the workshop on biomimetic surfaces.
Congratulations to Hunglun Hsu for successfully completing the requirements for his Masters of Engineering degree! Hunglun will stay on with the Daniel Group and work towards his PhD degree beginning this summer.
Congratulations to Sijun Yang and Kevin Vasquez for successfully completing the requirements for their BS degrees this May! Kevin is off to graduate school at UT Austin and Sijun will begin working at Shell in Louisiana this summer! Best wishes to you both!
Congratulations to Mark Richards for an article publicizing his recent separations work in the May 15th edition of Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News. Check it out here.
Congratulations to Hunglun Hsu for receiving the Best Medical and Industrial Biotechnology Master of Engineering Project honor this year! This award recognizes outstanding research progress in a Master-level project. Congratulations!
Congratulations to Deirdre Costello for receiving the Hooey Award this year! The Hooey Award is the highest honor the School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering gives to a PhD Candidate. The award recognizes outstanding research achievement and service to the community. Well-deserved!
Congratulations to Deirdre Costello on the acceptance of her paper in Langmuir ! See it here.
The Daniel group is awarded a 3-year NSF grant from the Biosensing division to develop methods to detect and differentiate virus phenotypes in a mixture.
Professor Daniel is invited to give a talk at the upcoming Gordon Research Conference on Bioanalytical Sensors to be held in Rhode Island in June 2104.
The Daniel group receives an unrestricted research grant from the Xerox Foundation to study the impact of contact angle hystersis on sessile droplet dynamics. Thank you Xerox!
Professor Daniel is invited to present at a workshop on interfacing electronics with cells at the Centre Microelectronique de Provence, Ecole Nationale Superieure des Mines de Saint Etienne, Gardanne, France, June 10-14, 2013
Professor Daniel is presented with the Denice Denton Emerging Leader Award at the 2012 Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing. See her acceptance speech here.
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