Lu, Bochao, and Michel M. Maharbiz. “Germanium as a scalable sacrificial layer for nanoscale protein patterning.” PloS one 13.4 (2018) is out

Congratulations to Bochao Lu! Lu, Bochao, and Michel M. Maharbiz. “Germanium as a scalable sacrificial layer for nanoscale protein patterning.” PloS one 13.4 (2018). We demonstrate the use of germanium (Ge) films as water-soluble features that allow the patterning of proteins onto surfaces with commonly used organic solvents. This technique is scalable for manufacturing and is compatible…

Come see us at EMBC 2015 in Milan!

37th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBS) MiCo – Milano Conference Center; Milan, Italy August 25 – 29, 2015 “Impedance Spectroscopy to Monitor Fracture Healing,” by Monica Lin*, Safa Herfat, Chelsea Bahney, Meir Marmor, Michel Maharbiz “Impedance Sensing Device for Monitoring Ulcer Healing in Human Patients,” by Amy…

Jonathan Tu has new flagella paper out in Phys Rev E

Decoupling translational and rotational effects on the phase synchronization of rotating helices The locomotion of swimming microorganisms often relies on synchronized motions; examples include the bundling of flagella and metachronal coordination of cilia. It is now generally accepted that such behavior can result from hydrodynamic interactions alone. In this paper we consider the interactions between…