Category Archive: Lab News

Sally Winkler featured in Berkeley Engineer Magazine for her STEM outreach podcast, Double Shelix!

Berkeley Engineer magazine recently featured our PhD student Sally Winkler and her work creating Double Shelix podcast with Kayla Wolf from the Sanjay Kumar lab. Find the article in print or here. Congratulations Sally and Kayla!! Listen to Double Shelix at, on Podomatic, or on iTunes. Episodes feature interviews and discussions about inclusive science, women …

Continue reading »

Congratulations to Former Visiting PhD Student Farid Behboodi-Sadabad on his paper published in ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces!

Farid’s paper entitled “Surface Functionalization and Patterning by Multifunctional Resorcinarenes” just published in ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces. In this study, inspired by a strong binding ability of natural polyphenols found in plants, we used three different macrocyclic polyphenols, known as resorcin[4]arenes, to modify the surface of different substrates by simple dip-coating into the dilute …

Continue reading »

Congratulations to Former Visiting Scientist Jiafu Shi on his Polydopamine-MOF paper published in Applied Materials Today!

Zhang, J. Shi, Yishan Zhang, Y. Wu, Y. Chen, P.B. Messersmith, Z. Jiang, “Polymer@MOFs Capsules Prepared through Controlled Interfacial Mineralization for Switching on/off Enzymatic Reactions”, Applied Materials Today, 13, 320-328 (2018). The paper describes a method to prepare polymer@MOFs capsules with defect-free MOFs layer through controlled interfacial mineralization, for entrapping and controlling enzyme reactions.

Congratulations to Devang, Cody, Angie and Alyse on new paper published in ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces!

Congratulations to Devang, Cody, Angie and Alyse on their new paper published in ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces! The paper describes the synthesis of core-shell particles of resveratrol and polydopamine. Untemplated Resveratrol-Mediated Polydopamine Nanocapsule Formation DOI: 10.1021/acsami.8b14128

Postdoc Brylee Tiu is featured in a C&E News Story on Industry Funded Research

The story describes CARA, BASF’s alliance with California Universities. Our lab has been a part of CARA since January 2017. Read more here:  

The lab welcomes new graduate student Arianna Avellan

We are pleased to welcome our newest group member Arianna Avellan, a first year PhD student in MSE. Arianna graduated from University of Maryland with a degree in Materials Science and Engineering.

Sarah Spivack selected as Undergraduate Rapid Fire Finalist for the Society of Women Engineers National Conference!

Undergraduate researcher Sarah Spivack was selected as a Rapid Fire finalist at the upcoming Society of Women Engineers national conference this October. She was selected to give a short talk about her research developing adhesive patches for fetal membrane repair, and wins a travel stipend to attend the conference. Way to go Sarah and mentor Sally!

Postdoc Patrick Ruehs wins Best Poster at Biointerfaces International, 2018 – Congrats, Patrick!

Postdoc Kyueui Lee publishes two papers from his PhD thesis with lab alum Prof. Haeshin Lee

Aug 2018 – Congratulations to postodctoral scholar Dr. Kyueui Lee on the publication of two papers from his PhD thesis work in Advanced Materials Interfaces and Journal of Materials Chemistry B! Kyueui Lee, Minjae Do, Young Chang Seo, Haeshin Lee, “Wet-to-Dry Hybrid Spinning of Graphene Fiber Inspired by the Mechanisms of Spider Silk Production”, Adv. Mater. …

Continue reading »

Congratulations to former visiting scientists Chao Liang and Prof. Yi Cao on the publication of their paper on self-assembly of nanofibers by barnacle cement proteins

C. Liang, Z. Ye, B. Xue, L. Zeng, W. Wu, C. Zhong, Y. Cao, B. Hu, and P.B. Messersmith, “Self-Assembled Nanofibers for Strong Underwater Adhesion: The Trick of Barnacles”, ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces, 2018, 10 (30), pp 25017–25025.    

Older posts «

» Newer posts