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Undergrad research opportunities in pharmacoengineering lab

08/17/2021

Research in the Lai Lab is at the interface of mucus, immunology, nanotechnology, biomaterials, biophysics, bioengineering and modeling. We are currently working in three primary areas: (1) engineering antibodies for improved protection against pathogens and sperm at mucosal surfaces; (2) … Continued

Research Assistant for Quantitative Imaging

07/28/2021

We are imaging the cochlea of the inner ear of gerbils using light sheet fluorescence microscopy (LSFM). This new imaging technique allows for a 3D visualization of an entire cochlea and observation of cells that are fluorescently labeled by immunological … Continued

Hydrodynamic Quantum Analogs with Walking Droplets

07/13/2021

The Physical Mathematics Lab (PML) (Intro Video) offers a wide range of interdisciplinary problems that find motivation in very diverse fields, including soft matter, fluid mechanics, biophysics and quantum mechanics. One of PML’s themes is the study of new Hydrodynamic … Continued

Undergraduate Researcher

03/09/2021

The Bai Lab ( https://baigroup.org/ ) in the Department of Applied Physical Sciences (https://aps.unc.edu/ ) invites undergraduate students to join our team and carry on research in the field of bioelectronics and biophotonics. Our research focuses on both fundamental and … Continued

Research assistant: Optics, nanoscience, or programming

01/11/2021

The Yan Lab in the Department of Applied Physical Sciences is looking for undergraduate research assistants starting this spring. Our lab develops new techniques and instruments to trap and manipulate microscopic objects using light (i.e., optical tweezers), and to study … Continued

Hydrodynamic Quantum Analogs with Walking Droplets

10/26/2020

The Physical Mathematics Lab (PML) offers a wide range of interdisciplinary problems that find motivation in very diverse fields, including soft matter, fluid mechanics, biophysics and quantum mechanics. One of PML???s themes is the study of new Hydrodynamic Quantum Analogs … Continued