Sharon Glotzer Receives Two AIChE Honors
Sharon Glotzer has won the 2016 Alpha Chi Sigma Award for Chemical Engineering Research from the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE). She has also been named a Fellow of AIChE.
Student chapter wins AIChE Outstanding Chapter Award
Student chapter wins AIChE Outstanding Chapter Award for seventh straight year!
Suljo Linic's publications at top of citation lists
Suljo Linic’s publications in Nature Materials and Nature Chemistry were two of the most cited articles in their respective journals according to the 2016 version of Google Scholar Metrics.
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Blood biopsy: Releasing cancer cells for better analysis
A new device developed at the University of Michigan could provide a non-invasive way to monitor the progress of an advanced cancer treatment.
New surface could streamline medical tests
Light waves have been harnessed to reveal molecules in blood and other samples in real time. It could change the way allergies are diagnosed and enable new discoveries in the life sciences.
Flexible film may lead to phone-sized cancer detector
A thin, stretchable film that can coil light waves like a Slinky could usher in more precise, less expensive monitoring for cancer survivors, helping them get better treatment with less disruption to their everyday lives.
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