Qi Yang has successfully defended his PhD work! Congratulations Qi!
Goals from Previous Meeting figure set and manuscript draft MRSA controls on PI, PTFE, and incubation on torsional microactuators five pages of QLA help Sarah Libring understand coloc2 function in ImageJ Accomplishments bacteria figures are complete helping Qi measure maximum deflection angle of torsional microactuators with video of actuation MRSA controls on PI, PTFE, and two torsional microactuators set up …
To celebrate the end of 2019 academic year, friends at LIMR went out for a night of burgers, beers, and problem solving at Rugged Escape!
Great job Bahar, Jongcheon, and Michael for putting this work together! It was also featured as the cover story for this issue! (Linked to article)(Linked to cover story)
Congratulations to Hyunsu and all those who contributed! (Link to article)
Great job, Hyunsu! It’s also been selected as a featured article. Congratulations to everyone who contributed! (Link to article)
Unclear what Jongcheon is supposed to be…
Jinjia Xu, a new post-doctoral scholar, has joined LIMR. She received her PhD in Material Science and Engineering from University of Tsukuba and was most recently a post-doctoral scholar at Japan’s National Institute for Materials Science. Welcome to Purdue, Jinjia!
We took a break from the lab to visit Turkey Run Indiana State Park. The weather was amazing and the company was even better! Thanks Jian for bringing the drone!