Master student Qinyu Li won the Art in Science Award at MicroTAS 2020 on Oct. 9, 2020.
"A Microvascular Ring" - The fluorescent photograph of 3D vasculogenic network from Human Umbilical Vein Endothelial Cells inside the ring-shaped polymethylmethacrylate microfluidic chamber.
Dr. Wang gave an invited talk at IEEE 3M-NANO 2019 on Aug. 6, 2019.
Dr. Wang gave an invited talk at IEEE 3M-NANO 2018 on Aug. 16, 2018.
Our paper about the hydrostatic pressure-driven passive micropump enhanced with siphon-based autofill function was selected to feature on outside back cover of Lab on a Chip. This enhanced micropump can realize the autonomous and continuous perfusion with well-controlled steady flow over an extended time without electric power consumption, which will become a critical module for a broad range of sophisticated microfluidic operations and applications, especially for cell/tissue culture.
Our paper on high throughput drug screening with vascularized organ-on-a-chip was featured as the top 10 most downloaded articles published in Lab on a Chip in 2017! More detailed information can be found at rsc.li/loc-mostdownloaded.
Our study of high throughput drug screening with multiple vascularized micro-organs on an industry-standard 96-well plate was reported by ScienceDaily and EurekAlert. Also, this paper was selected as thematic collection of "Organ-,body-, and disease-on-a-chip systems" by thought leader Michael Shuler and the Lab on a Chip Editorial Board. More detailed information can be found at rsc.li/organonachip.
Meet with Postdoc P.I. Abe Lee and win the Best Paper Awards at Optofluidics 2016 in Beijing