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Wired magazine – article on Fluid video

So Wired magazine has a post on the DFD videos.. The reason I posted is that it explains what the Milton van Dyke award means, and the connection to the scientist himself, which is cool. Enjoy! Link here.  

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Milton van Dyke Award at APS-DFD 2015

Just got an email that my video submission won the Milton van Dyke award at the American Physical Society’s 68th Annual Division of Fluid Dynamics meeting in Boston. Unfortunately I couldn’t make it to the meeting this year due to personal reasons, but I am thrilled to be selected, specially given Milton van Dyke’s long […]

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As a scientist, why i’m excited about the Foldscope

The foldscope is a ultra-low cost microscope (less than a dollar) that you can literally carry anywhere in your pocket. It was invented in the PrakashLab at Stanford. If you google it, you will find a TED talk by Manu Prakash, as well as a National Geographic talk, which explains how the Foldscope is being […]

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Soft Matter Cover – Lung surfactant paper 2015

  Our lung surfactant paper is featured on the front cover of Soft Matter!! This is my work with Eline Hermans and Jan Vermant on the stability of lung surfactants that are used to treat premature infants. Looking back, this was a successful collaboration between Stanford engineering, Stanford School of Medicine, KU Leuven and ETH Zurich. The full article is […]

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