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FY 2012

15. Prof. Kim has been invited to the network meeting of the Humboldt Foundation in Karlsruhe. (November 2012)

14. Prof. Kim will serve as program co-chair to successfully organize the 10th International Conference on Ubiquitous Robots and Ambient Intellignece. (November 2012)

13. Prof. Kim has been appointed as international organizing committee chair to coordinate the 12th International Conference on Control, Automation and Systems. (November 2012)

12. Congratulations! Wonjin has been selected as a Green-Cross KASBP Fellowship awardee. She will get an opportunity to present her research at the upcomming KASBP Fall Symposium (October 12-13, Somerset, NJ). (October 2012)

11. Prof. Kim will give a talk about microbiorobotics at the CoTeSys-CREATE Workshop, TUM Institute for Advanced Study. (October 2012)

10. Prof. Kim will give a keynote speech at the topical symposium on Nanoscience for Biomolecular Detection and Manipulation, ENGE 2012. (September 2012)

9. Prof. Kim will give an invited seminar to introduce microbiorobotics for minimally invasive medical surgery at Semmelweis University, Budapest in Hungary. (August 2012)

8. Prof. Kim will give an invited lecture to introduce nanopore sensing at Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg. (July 2012)

7. Anmiv Prabhu has successfully done his PhD defense: nanoparticle separation through nanoporous platforms. Congratulations, Dr. Prabhu! (June 2012)

6. Our BAST lab will move in Science Center (3701 Market St) coming July! The Science Center is the oldest and largest urban research park in the United States. We will have a state-of-the-art lab space to study microbiorobotics and single molecule biophysics. (May 2012)

5. Prof. Kim will present research progress in microbiorobotics at ICRA 2012. (May 2012)

4. Prof. Kim has been elected as technical councilor in KSEA, and will give an invited talk at the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Light. (April 2012)

3. U Kei Cheang has been awarded the NSF EAPSI fellowship, which allows him to study synthetic biology and microrobotics in Korea this summer. Congratulations! (April 2012)

2.Did you have heard about mad science? If not, it’s time to figure out what it is through this io9 article: 5 Ways Cyborg Insect Could Change the World! (March 2012)

1. Our work with lipoprotein separation in solid-state nanopores has been highlighted in a German magazine called Nano Times (February 2012)