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ChE Associate Professor Steve Lustig and Professor Ming Su’s research on “Effectiveness of Common Fabrics to Block Aqueous Aerosols of Virus-like Nanoparticles” was published in the American Chemical Society journal.
Professors Ming Su and Art Coury of the Department of Chemical Engineering hosted at Northeastern University the first International Conference on Biomaterials and Chemical Biology. Collaborative research in these disciplines has the potential to advance the field of biomaterials in a unique way and lead to new discoveries for better medicines and treatments. The conference […]
ChE Associate Professor Ming Su’s article on “Three-dimensional microtissues as an in vitro model for personalized radiation therapy” was selected to be featured on the cover of the Analyst journal.
ChE Associate Professor Ming Su’s research on “Laser induced rapid decontamination of aromatic compound from porous soil simulant” was published in the Journal of Applied Physics.
ChE Associate Professor Ming Su received a $300K grant from National Institute of Justice to work on new nanoparticle barcodes which would have astronomically large coding space, comparable to those of printed barcodes, but completely invisible to naked eyes.
ChE Associate Professor Ming Su was invited to present his research on "Single cell based DNA damage assay for space radiation research" at the 5th International Symposium on Space Radiation and Particle Radiotherapy (ISRPRT 2017).
ChE Associate Professor Ming Su's research on cancer biomarker detection using phase change nanoparticles was highlighted in the recent annual report of Lung Cancer Research Program of Congressionally Directed Medical Research Program of Department of Defense.
ChE Associate Professor Ming Su was awarded an $160K NSF grant for "Enhanced Adsorption Cooling with Monolithic Nanoporous Adsorbents".
Professor and Chair Thomas Webster and Professor Ming Su Featured as Opinion Leaders in International Journal of Nanomedicine Videos
ChE Professor & Chair Thomas Webster and Associate Professor Ming Su are featured in videos highlighting "Biomedical perspectives of novel biomaterials" by Nanomedicine.
Chemical Engineering Celebrates New Collaboration with Wenzhou Institute of Biomaterials and the Longwan District (Wenzhou, China)
On April 5, delegates from the Wenzhou Institute of Biomaterials and Engineering and City Officials from the Longwan District traveled from Wenzhou, China to Northeastern for a special campus visit and welcoming ceremony.
ChE Professors Ming Su and Thomas J. Webster each received the Zheijang Award from China to support international research collaborations between the ChE and the Wenzhou Institute of Biomaterials and Engineering (WIBE).