2022 BIMR Future Materials Innovators Program Recipients
We were pleased to receive great applications for our inaugural edition of this program. Graduate students collaborating from various departments, with great innovative ideas! Our reviewing committee reviewed all proposals and ranked them based on overall quality, feasibility of the work, collaborative aspect, and quality of the video pitch.
We are delighted to announce the 3 selected projects for the 2022-2023 Program and share their video pitch, in no particular order.
Please join us in congratulating the 3 winning teams. We cannot wait to support them as they work on their innovative ideas. They will be sharing the results of their research as part of our seminar program next spring.
Single-walled Carbon Nanotube-doped Hydrogel Waveguides, by Billy Deng, Alex Ly, Dusan Srdic and Kevin Vaughan
Building a Machine Learning (ML) Model for Designing BBB Crossing Oligonucleotide Drugs, by Joseph Maggisano and Rik Chuiko
Using correlative light and electron microscopy to investigate the influence of genetic modifications on the quantity and quality of magnetite crystals synthesized by magnetotactic bacteria, by Shariful Sakib and Alessandra Merlo