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Using light to imprint features onto polymer or plastic, Associate Professor Nick Fang's research led his team to disprove the established diffraction limit.
The first hands-on classes to teach students not only how to design an object but also how to build it.
Professor Rohit Karnik addresses real-world challenges with his micro- and nano-fluidics research, uncovering the unique behavior of fluid flow at the molecular level.
Anette (Peko) Hosoi provides detailed mechanical understanding for how mammals such as beavers insulate themselves while diving underwater — to serve as a guide for designing bioinspired materials.
Biocompatible fibers could use light to stimulate cells or sense signs of disease.
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