In memoriam: Junseok Chae
Junseok Chae left an indelible mark on humankind in the fields of wearable sensors and actuators, miniaturized biomedical wireless sensors and systems. His work lives on through his students, his published research and in the memories of his friends and colleagues.
Chao Wang is among researchers exploring the information-carrying capacities of DNA to produce microscopic tech with similar capabilities.
The team lead by Pavan Turaga was recently awarded a one-year planning grant from the National Science Foundation for $150,000 to develop a...
Michael Kozicki and Life Sciences Professor Robbie Roberson are looking at dendrites to inspire a structural design for increased efficiency of solar cells and electrical power.
In recognition for his excellence in book authorship, teaching, and research, Regents Professor Constantine A. Balanis, is the 2021 recipient of the prestigious IEEE Electromagnetic Award.
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