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California Institute of Technology The crossover from two dimensions to one dimension in granular electronic materials Nanotechnology
Cornell University Cavity-enhanced on-chip absorption spectroscopy using microring resonators Microfluidics
Drexel University Preparation of Electrospun Chitosan-PEO Fibers Electrospinning
Georgia Ins. Tech Electro-kinetically Enhanced Nano-metric Material Removal Microfluidics
Harvard University Biocompatible surfactants for water-in-flurocarbon emulsions Microfluidics
Harvard University Nonmuscle myosin heavy chain IIA mediates integrin LFA-1 de-adhesion during T lymphocyte migration Biology
Lund University Buffer medium exchange in continuous cell and particle streams using ultrasonic standing wave focusing Microfluidics
Massachusetts Institute of Technology Development of Opposed-Nozzle Fixture for Measuring the Extensional Properties of Low Viscosity Liquids Microfluidics
Massachusetts Institute of Technology Investigating the Stability of Viscoelastic Stagnation Microfluidics
Massachusetts Institute of Technology A rodent model for the study of invariant visual object recognition Neuroscience
National Institute of Health A transparent cell-culture microchamber with a variably controlled concentration gradient generator and flow field rectifier Microfluidics
North Carolina State University Electrospinning Chitosan-Based Nanofibers for Biomedical Applications Electrospinning
North Carolina State University Fabrication and Characterization of Novel Single and Bicomponent Electrospun Nanofibrous Mats Electrospinning
North Carolina State University Development, Characterization, and Function of Electrospun Nanocomposites for Tissue Engineering Electrospinning
North Carolina State University Electrospun Nanofibrous Poly(e-Caprolactone) (PCL) Scaffolds for Liver Tissue Engineering Electrospinning
North Carolina State University Vascular Tissue Engineering Scaffolds from Elastometric Biodegradable Poly(L-lactide-co-e-caprolactone) (PLCL) via Melt Spinning and Electrospinning Electrospinning
North Carolina State University Core-Sheath Differentially Biodegradbale Nanofiber Structures for Tissue Engineering Electrospinning
North Carolina State University Characterization of Structure and Tensile Properties of Electrospun Web Electrospinning
North Carolina State University Mechanical and Physical Properties of Electrospun Nanofibers Electrospinning
North Carolina State University De-bottle necking the Electrospinning Process Using Super paramagnetic Particles Electrospinning
North Carolina State University Study of Morphological, Mechanical and Electrical properties of Electrospun Poly(lactic acid) Nanofibers incorporated with Multi walled Carbon Nanotubes as a Function of Thermal Bonding Electrospinning
North Carolina State University Hyaluronic Acid-based Nanofibers via Electrospinning Electrospinning
North Carolina State University Remotely powered distributed microfluidic pumps and mixers based on miniature diodes Microfluidics
North Carolina State University New Electrokinetic Techniques for Material Manipulation on the Microscale Microfluidics
North Carolina State University Microdroplet Engineering of Microbioassay and Synthesis of Functional Structured Porous Particles Microfluidics
North Carolina State University Kinetics Studies of Dehaloperoxidase-Hemoglobin From Amphitrite Ornata Physics
University of Arizona Coiling, Entrainment, and Hydrodynamic Coupling of Decelerated Fluid Jets Microfluidics
University of California Berkeley Endothelialized Microvasculature Based on a Biodegradeable Elastomer Tissue Engineering
University of California - San Diego Hypoglycemic GlucoStat Bioengineering
University of Hong Kong & Chinese Academy of Sciences Microwave plasma treatment of polymer surface for irreversible sealing of microfluidic devices Microfluidics
University of Illinois Urbana Campus The Fe(PDP)-catalyzed aliphatic C-H oxidation: a slow addition protocol Chemistry
University of Massachusetts Cavitation rheology for soft materials Chemistry
University of Michigan The "Spin-Grower": A Machine for Rapid Layer-by-Layer Assembly of Nanostructured Materials Mechanical Engineering
University of Texas A Continuous-Flow Polymerase Chain Reaction Microship With Regional Velocity Control Microfluidics
University of Texas Design, Simulation and Microfabrication of a Heat-Conduction DNA Chip with Integrated Microheaters Microfluidics
University of Wisconsin-Madison Microencapsulation of Cells Microfluidics
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