Jinglin Fu Receives Prestigious Early-Career Award for Scientists and Engineers
Rutgers‒Camden Professor Receives Prestigious Early-Career Award for Scientists and Engineers
Our students’ team are selected by Rutgers I-Corps for identifying market opportunities of nanosensors
Sung Won Oh (4th year Ph.D candidate) and Kristin Monckton (senior year undergraduate) are selected to participate in the Rutgers I-Corps program. They have started a team of “DNANOSIS’ and will investigate the market opportunity of DNA sensor technology that is developed in the lab. For more information of Rutgers I-Corps, please review it at: http://oed.rutgers.edu/content/rutgers-i-corps-site … Continue reading Our students’ team are selected by Rutgers I-Corps for identifying market opportunities of nanosensors…
Sung Won Oh has been chosen to participate in the ORC Internship Program at Rutgers
Sung is selected for the ORC Internship Program organized by Rutgers Office of Research Commercialization. The ORC is pleased to announce its internship program where Rutgers postdoctoral trainees and senior graduate students interested in pursuing alternative careers in Intellectual Property Law, Business Development, and/or Academic Technology Transfer are invited to apply to the internship program.
The manuscript of “DNA-mediated proximity assembly of biochemical reactions” is accepted as a communication on Angewandte Chemie International Edition
Congratulation to authors of Sung Won Oh, Adriana Pereira and Ting Zhang
RCG sponsored a research project of DNA-mediated biochemical reaction circuit
RCG sponsored a one-year research project of DNA-mediated biochemical reaction circuit.