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Our Viscosity Paper is Featured in Nature Physics News and Views

Our paper “Membrane ruffling is a mechanosensor of extracellular fluid viscosity (PDF version: https://go.nature.com/3oyIXXB)” published today is also highlighted at the Nature Physics News and Views article “Ruffled in water, smooth in honey” . We thank Drs. Laura M. Faure … Continue reading

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Matt’s Paper is Accepted at Nature Physics

After months and months of blood, toil, tears and sweat, Matt’s masterpiece about why cells migrate faster in very viscous fluids has been accepted to be published in Nature Physics. We are very proud of your beautiful work, but we … Continue reading

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Junjie’s paper about computational super-resolution algorithm evaluation is published

We celebrate the publication of Junjie’s paper “Parametric comparison between sparsity-based and deep learning-based image reconstruction of super-resolution fluorescence microscopy“. This is an extension of the image processing course homework in which Junjie has been an outstanding student in 2019 … Continue reading

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Wei-Hung’s DNA origami paper is accepted

We are delighted to learn that Wei-Hung’s paper “Stretching DNA Origami: Effect of Nicks and Holliday Junctions on the Axial Stiffness” is now accepted to be published in Nucleic Acids Research. As true stretchologists, in our lab we try to … Continue reading

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Our review paper “the effects of stiffness, fluid viscosity, and geometry of microenvironment in homeostasis, aging and diseases” is accepted

We were invited to write the review paper “The effects of stiffness, fluid viscosity, and geometry of microenvironment in homeostasis, aging and diseases”  to be published in Journal of Biomechanical Engineering, an ASME journal. It was a true team effort … Continue reading

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Seungman’s paper about how cancer cells use force to achieve immunosuppression is accepted

We are pleased to be notified that Seungman’s paper “Force-Dependent Trans-endocytosis by Breast Cancer Cells Depletes Costimulatory Receptor CD80 and Attenuates T Cell Activation” has been accepted for publication in Biosensors and Bioelectronics. This project was to investigate how cancer … Continue reading

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Wei-Hung’s Paper about Biophysical Characterization of the Tumor Microenvironment is Accepted

Wei-Hung’s paper entitled “Force-Dependent Extracellular Matrix Remodeling by Early-Stage Cancer Cells Alters Diffusion and Induces Carcinoma-Associated Fibroblasts” has been accepted to be published in Biomaterials  . This project is a long time coming. We are pleased that it finally has … Continue reading

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The iPSC-derived Cardiac Tissues Paper is Featured on World Heart Day

To bring awareness of cardiovascular disease, Wiley compiled a World Heart Day (September 29th) collection. Our paper “Mechanical Characterization of hiPSC‐Derived Cardiac Tissues for Quality Control” is featured in the collection. We are glad we are part of the efforts … Continue reading

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Seungman’s Force Measurement Paper is Accepted

Seungman’s methods paper “Versatile and High-throughput Force Measurement Platform for Dorsal Cell Mechanics” is accepted. Seungman not only came up with the idea for the paper but also did a terrific job training our beloved former undergrad research assistant Ed, … Continue reading

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Wei-Hung’s Curvature-Sensing Paper is Accepted

Wei-Hung’s paper “cell-cell adhesion and myosin activity regulate cortical actin assembly in mammary gland epithelium on concaved surface” is accepted to be published in Cells, a well-timed good news. It has been a long battle. Thanks for trooping on, Wei-Hung! … Continue reading

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