Research brings cancer cell invasion studies into 3D micro-engineered model
Mehdi Nikkhah, an assistant professor of biomedical engineering, is taking a really close look at how cancer cells begin to transform and invade the surrounding healthy tissues. Using a novel microscale 3D platform, he will be able to study how a single cancer cell responds to biophysical and biochemical signals within the surrounding connective tissue. Read on Full Circle

ASU engineer nets NASA early career award for solar cell research
Yuji Zhao, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering, is working on new technology for high temperature solar cells to be used in space, where power generation is a critical issue. His research is supported by a prestigious Early Career Faculty Space Tech Research Grant awarded by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). Read on Full Circle

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