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Bruns receives NSF CAREER Award
Bruns receives NSF CAREER Award
March 8, 2017

As a 2017 recipient of a National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development Award, Tim Bruns research will focus on the behavior of neurons within the dorsal root ganglia.

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Shape Shifting Particle
March 1, 2017

Michael Solomon and Sharon Glotzer discuss their work on understanding and developing shape shifting particles.

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Omniphobic Coating
March 1, 2017

Anish Tuteja develops a variety of surface coatings that could be used to repell liquid.

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Icephobic Coating
March 1, 2017

Icephobic coatings have been developed in Anish Tuteja’s lab and can be applied to a variety of surfaces.

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Catching Cancer Cells
March 1, 2017

Sunitha Nagrath discusses microfluidic devices developed in her lab to capture cancer cells and their promise to develop liquid biopsy approaches to diagnosing cancer.

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Hedgehog Particles
March 1, 2017

The Kotov group describes their work on developing hedgehog particles and their potential applications in a variety of fields.

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Superplastic
March 1, 2017

Jinsang Kim discusses his work on developing materials with “superplastic” characteristics.

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Complex Shapes Particles
March 1, 2017

The Tuteja lab has developed a new technique to create new complex-shaped nanoparticles.

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Lung Organoid
March 1, 2017

Learn more about research in Lonnie Shea’s lab on creating new scaffolds for lung organoids.

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Nanobiotics research by Kotov and VanEpps
March 1, 2017

Nick Kotov and Scott VanEpps discuss their collaborative work on developing new nanomaterials with antibiotic properties.

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Ron Larson Presents at Materials at Michigan
March 1, 2017

Watch Ron Larson’s talk on “Materials for Drug Delivery” at the Bicentennial Materials @ Michigan Symposium.

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Sharon Glotzer Presents at Materials at Michigan
March 1, 2017

Watch Sharon Glotzer’s talk on “Materials Genome Initiative”. The talk was given at the Materials@Michigan Bicentennial Symposium.

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BI Promo
March 1, 2017

Learn more about the Biointerfaces Institute

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Nick Kotov's work on dental enamel published in Nature
Nick Kotov’s work on dental enamel published in Nature
March 1, 2017

Research in Nick Kotov’s group centered around synthetic materials for tooth enamel has been published in the March issue of Nature. More information can be found in the UM press release.

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Apply to BI Fellows Program
Apply to BI Fellows Program
February 5, 2017

The Biointerfaces Institute invites applications for its BI Fellows program. BI Fellows will engage in interdisciplinary research projects and received a one-year stipend of $55,000 and a $2,000 travel allowance. Applications are due on May 15, 2017. More details on the application process can be found here.

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