A special issue of journal Micromachines, guest-edited by Dr. Dong, is calling for papers on "Microfluidic High-Throughput Screening of Single Cellular and Multicellular Organisms" !
7/10/2016: Congrats! Azahar's paper on tunable nitrate sensor using wrinkled graphene oxide was accepted by RSC Advances.
4/23/2016: The lab was awarded a new grant from NSF to develop soil sensors in collaboration with Dr. Ratnesh Kumar.
3/30/2016: Our papers on wearable motion sensor (oral) and breast cancer biosensor (poster) were accepted by Hilton Head 2016 as Late News. In total, the MEMS Lab has 6 papers (2 oral + 4 posters) accepted by this Conference. Congrats to all of us!
3/23/2016: Dr. Dong was interviewed by ABC Local 5 (Iowa) about meta-skin technology.
3/12/2016: Our research on wearable and tunable meta-skin cloak was featured on the main webpage of National Science Foundation: News from the field - “Iowa State engineers develop flexible skin that traps radar waves, cloaks objects.”
3/11/2016: Our research on wearable and tunable meta-skin cloak was featured by The Daily Mirror, UK.
3/10/2016: Our research on wearable and tunable meta-skin cloak was reported by media worldwide, including Discovery Channel, Science 360, Deccan Chronicle, Science Daily, Eureka Magazine, Gizmag, Wireless Design Mag, Phys.org, Tech Times, ZME Science, IFL Science, Gizmodo, UPI, e! Science News, Gizmodo, Nanowerk, Ubergizmo, AZOmaterials, Sciencenewsline, The Engineer, NEWSUSAUK, HNGN, Kurzweil, Futureity, EEDesignit, Pulseheadlines, Gurumavin, Daily Mail (UK), Kaguku-Kentei (Japan), Toutiao (China), EEWorld (China), Wanhuajing (China) Materialsgate (Germany), ChemEurope (Germany), The Times of India (India), etc.
3/4/2016: News release: "Iowa State engineers develop flexible skin that traps radar waves, cloaks objects." Our research on wearable and tunable meta-skin was reported by Iowa State News.
2/24/2016: Four papers were accepted by Hilton Head 2016 (Solid-State Sensors, Actuators and Microsystems Workshop). The papers cover the topics of microfluidic high-throughput screening (oral), microfluidic microbial fuel cells (poster), tunable antenna (poster), and graphene sensors for structural health monitoring and tactile sensing (poster). Congrats!
2/6/2016: Dr. Dong gave an invited talk on high-throughput screening of nematodes at the Biannual Symposium on Anthelmintics: Discovery to Resistance in San Diego, CA.
1/26/2016: Dr. Dong presented research results on volatile organic compound sensors at IEEE MEMS Conference 2016, Shanghai, China.
1/6/2016: Huawei Jiang passed her PhD thesis defense. Congrats, Dr. Jiang!
1/5/2016: Peng Liu passed his PhD thesis defense. Congrats, Dr. Liu!
12/2/2015: Dr. David Ertl and his colleagues at Iowa Corn visited our lab and were given demos of ag sensors (1)(2)(3).
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Contact: Dr. Liang Dong
Office: 2115 Coover Hall, Ames, IA 50011
Lab: 1046 Coover Hall, Iowa State Univ., Ames, IA 50011