Monthly Archives: November 2016
Although zinc and its alloys have many potential advantages, the inflammatory response has not been carefully examined in our research until recently. Using a modified wire implantation model, our close collaborators from Biomedical Engineering program led by Roger Guillory and … Continue reading
We are glad to share with you the content of the 3rd issue of 2016 of Surface Innovations, with six papers on bio-nano interfaces, which were selected and assembled by Prof. Candan Tamerler from the University of Kansas.
The SURFI Team welcomes a new addition to our team, Mr. Yujin Sun. Yujin is the PhD scholar from the China University of Mining and Technology, School of Chemical Engineering and Technology. He will work on fundamentals of flotation systems … Continue reading
Together with several other undergraduate students from the Materials Science and Engineering Department, Jeff attended the Materials Science & Technology (MS&T16) fall meeting in Salt Lake City, Utah, which took place on October 23-27 this year. Jeff presented his poster … Continue reading