A recent article in the NY Times cautions against the use of laptops and tablets for note-taking in class or during a meeting. The article makes interesting points — however, I think the touch-screen interface gives good reason to rethink its potential as an effective note-taking platform.Read More
Mark Lalli successfully defended his PhD thesis in chemical engineering. The subject of his doctoral research was the influence of the biophysical environment and cell-cell interactions on epithelial cell electrotaxis.
Alex Hruska joins our lab. He received his BS in biomedical engineering and mechanical engineering at Boston University.
Dan Milano defended his PhD thesis in chemical engineering. He presented his research on the influence of the fibrillar tumor microenvironment on the invasive behavior of migrating cancer cells. Dan is off to ImmunoGen. Good luck, Dan!
Christopher Lee joins our lab after earning his BS in mechanical engineering at University of Vermont.