The M3B Laboratory Program – a subset of the Liwei Lin Lab – provides a unique opportunity for highly motivated undergraduate students to conduct research at the intersection of engineering and biology. In our lab, we utilize mechanical engineering principles and micro/nanofabrication technologies to create:
- Mar 25, 2013 - Vishnu Jayaprakash wins the "Gandhian Young Technological Innovation Award" for his work on Cow Dung-Based Microbial Fuel Cells!
- Jan 23, 2013 - Dr. Pirmoradi & Ki Tae Wolf's "Contolled Drug Delivery" work and Dr. Sochol, Jon Lei, Ki Tae Wolf, & Albert Lu's "MicroSpring Array" work are selected as Outstanding Oral Presentation Award Finalists at IEEE MEMS '13 in Taipei, Taiwan
- Jan 21, 2013 - Dr. Ryan Sochol gives two oral presentations, Dr. Nazly Pirmoradi gives an oral presentation, and Kosuke Iwai and Vishnu Jayaprakash give poster presentations at the IEEE MEMS Conference in Taipei, Taiwan
- Oct 30, 2012 - Dr. Ryan Sochol and Kosuke Iwai give oral presentations on their work with Jon, Albert, Erica, Barbara, and Vivek, and Dr. Sochol presents a poster presentation on his work with Will, Mengqian, and Sarah at the MicroTAS 2012 conference in Okinawa, Japan
- Jun 6, 2012 - Dr. Ryan Sochol and William Krieger give a poster presentation at the Hilton Head 2012 Workshop in Hilton Head Isl., SC