Luis becomes a Ph.D. candidate.
Nyssa now is a Ph.D. candidate.
Congratulations to Luis, who was awarded an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship!
Kai Zhang (Ph.D. 2008) has accepted an Assistant Professorship offer from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Congratulations to him!
Our collaborative work with the Jhih-Wei Chu group on trajectory entropy has been accepted by J. Phys. Chem. Lett.!
Rebecca Pool has a nice Editorial, "Multi-resolution microscope reveals virus-cell processes in new detail," in the Microscopy and Analysis magazine.
George Dvorsky nicely wrote on the io9 blog, "Watch an artificial virus fighting to infect a cell."
Elizabeth Armstrong Moore reported from c|net a nice article, "Watch a virus-like particle try to enter a cell -- in 3D"!
JWJ described our multi-resolution work in a nice report in Atoms Up, "The Invisible, Now Visible: New Technology Can Track Virus Sized Particles."
"Now in 3D: Video of virus-sized particle trying to enter cell," a nice news article by Catherine Zandonella highlights our multi-resolution visualization of cellular uptake, published on Princeton Journal Watch (with video) and EurekAlert!.
Nyssa's mechanodelivery paper, which describes a very simple and effective way of delivering quantum dots into cellular cytosol, has been accepted by Nanoscale. Congratulations to her!
Many congratulations to Kevin for his invention of multi-resolution real-time 3D imaging, to appear in Nature Nanotechnology.