The Lab of Micro- and Nanotechnology for Diagnostics and Biology at Lehigh's University is estabilishe by prof. Xuanhong Cheng in January 2008. The lab is focused on developing new nano-materials and microfluidic platforms that can be used to analyze intact bioparticles, such as cells and pathogens at the point of need. These technologies are also expected to advance fundamental understanding of cell function and pathogen transmission.
Aileen Bidad won the Eureka! Competition! Award (11/15)
Kathryne Kundrod and Jay Fraser are selected as the finalists to present at the Collegiate Inventors Competition (11/15)
Congratulations to Kathryne Kundrod and Jay Fraser for winning the first place in the NIH DEBUT Challenge (08/15)
Congratulations to Chao Zhao for successful defending his PhD dissertation (08/15)
Professors Cheng and Gilchrist awarded a NSF grant (06/15).
Professors Bartoli and Cheng awarded a NSF grant (06/15).
Congratulations to Kathryne Kundrod and Jay Fraser for winning the People's Choice and Second Place in the 2015 Undergraduate Research Symposium (04/15)
Congratulations to Krissada Surawathanawises for successful defending his PhD dissertation (05/15)
Congratulations to Bu Wang for successful defending her PhD dissertation (02/15)