posted on July 31, 2014
The OVPR’s Inquiry blog ran a story recently about MSI Principal Investigator Jian-Ping Wang (Electrical and Computer Engineering), who has invented a biosensing device that can measure a tiny quantity of disease in a human sample quickly and accurately. The U has helped form a startup company, Zepto Life Technology, to commercialize this invention; Professor Wang is the chairman of the scientific advisory board. You can read the entire story on Inquiry.
Professor Wang is a long-time MSI PI. He and his group are currently using MSI for investigations into the electronic structure of Fe16N2. He was featured in a National Journal article in June.