One of the largest university-based facilities - working at the intersection of biology and engineering.
Yemaya Bordain makes history
First African-American woman to earn PhD in ECE=
- Brightness-equalized quantum dots improve biological imaging
Smith's research enables more accurate measurements of molecules in diseased tissue and improved quantitative imaging capabilities.
- Former MNTL faculty member receives alumni award
ECE Professor Emeritus Jim Coleman received the ECE Distinguished Alumni Award September 10, 2015, for research accomplishments in the field of compound semiconductor crystal growth, teaching, and service.
- New synthetic tumor environments make cancer research more realistic
MNTL faculty researcher Kris Kilian, a materials science & engineering faculty member, is part of a team that has developed a new technique to create a cell habitat of hydrogels, which may give cancer researchers the next-best look at tumor growth and behavior.
- Meet MNTL's newest faculty researcher: Arend van der Zande
MechSE Assistant Professor van der Zande exploring 2D materials & devices
- BioNanotechnology Summer Institute trains next-generation of researchers
26 young researchers gain hands-on training and knowledge, preparing them to address challenges in cancer nanotechnology and mechanobiology.
- Enhancing display & LED lighting technology
Large-area integration of quantum dots and photonic crystals produce brighter & more efficient light.
- Engineering Faculty Entrepreneurial Fellows announced
New program enables faculty to help students develop technology and test its commercial potential.