Our research group focuses on the fundamental understanding of formation mechanisms of various self- or directed- assemblies with nanostructures which enable unique and desired applications in biomedical, sensing, and energy materials, leading to large-quantity, low-cost manufacturing for functional nanomaterials.
UConn Technology Incubator Program
Brookhaven National Lab
- 2021The paper on ” Dual-Modality Poly-l-histidine Nanoparticles to Deliver Peptide Nucleic Acids and Paclitaxel for In Vivo Cancer Therapy” in collaboration with Prof. Bahal published in ACS Applied Materials&Interface (09/2021) Justin, Anna, Steven, and Joanna join our group, welcome! (08/30/2021) The paper on “Structural Engineering in the self-assembly of amphiphilic block copolymers with reactive additives” […]Posted on May 9, 2021
- 2020Ming and Chung-Hao’s paper on “Effect of fluidity and charge density on the morphology of a bicellar mixture” published in BBA. (09/01/2020) Catherine’s paper on “Refining internal bilayer structure of bicelles resolved by extended-q small angle X-ray scattering” published in Chemistry and Physics of Lipids. (09/01/2020) The paper on “Bicelles rich in both sphingolipids […]Posted on May 9, 2021
National Cancer Institute
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