Our recent work describing how we can use photocaged DNA to print cells is out. This research highlights how we can achieve spatial control along with DNA specificity to program specific interactions.
Afia presented her work at the engineering showcase and won second prize!
Read about Dr. Meckes’ recognition from the Oak Ridge Associated universities.
Learn about Dr. Meckes’ recent work in using protein coronae to control nanoparticle delivery. https://pubs.acs.org/doi/10.1021/acscentsci.9b01105
Read about Dr. Meckes’ recent research published in ACS Nano to learn about how nano patterning can control actin architecture and stem cell fate!
Come join us for the grand opening of the new Biomedical Engineering building at 2 PM on August 29, 2019!