News

Mingliang Zhang's paper was highlighted in Nano Today

Daniel Bechstein wins Outstanding Paper Award at the 2013 ASME Global Congress on Nano Engineering for Medicine and Biology.

Autoassembly protein arrays paper appeared as a cover article in the 2011 July issue of Nano Letters.

Nature Nanotechnology paper (online April 10, 2011) was highlighted in Nature Nanotechnology News and Views (May 2011) and received news coverage by Stanford Report (April 19, 2011) and many others.

Stanford-led Center for Cancer Nanotechnology Excellence and Translation (CCNE-T) was awarded by National Cancer Institute on Sept. 24, 2010. (Role: Co-PI)

Nature Medicine paper (Oct. 11, 2009) was highlighted in Nature News (Oct. 15, 2009) and was the subject of Stanford Report (Oct. 12, 2009) and Canary Foundation News (Oct. 11, 2009).

NanoLab (Lab on a stick) invention by Gaster and Hall, graduate students from Wang Group, won BMEidea Competition (1st prize) and IEEE Change the World Competition (1st prize). It was widely reported in public media, including San Jose Mercury News (June 24, 2009) and Stanford Report (July 23, 2009).

Magnetic multiplex protein assay (PNAS, Dec. 30, 2008) was widely reported in public media, including Stanford Report (Dec. 1, 2008), World Journal (Dec. 4, 2008), ABC-KGO TV (Dec. 18, 2008), MIT Technology Review (Dec. 19, 2008), and Genome Technology (Jan. 28, 2009).

Lab on a chip with magnetic biosensors was reported in The Economist online (Oct. 15) and in print (Dec. 6, 2008) and Nature Nanotechnology News and Views (Vol. 2, Dec 2007, p. 747).

CMOS-integrated DNA chip work from Wang Group was highlighted in 2006 International Electronic Device Meeting (IEDM) pre-conference press kit and Solid State Technology Magazine (Sept., 2006). It was later reported in MIT Technology Review (Dec. 12, 2006) and EE Times (Dec. 12, 2006).

Prof. Wang played a critical role in bringing to Stanford the Center for Cancer Nanotechnology Excellence (CCNE), a $20M grant from US National Cancer Institute, and industry-funded Western Institute of Nanoelectronics (WIN). See Stanford Report (April 19, 2006), World Journal and KCBS Radio (April 20, 2006), People's Daily (May 10, 2006).

Drew Hall and Richard Gaster do an interview on ABC.  See the video here.


Drew Hall and Richard Gaster are featured in The Mercury News for winning the IEEE Presidents’ Change the World Competition.  Read the article here.


Drew Hall and Richard Gaster are on the front page of Stanford University’s website for their nanolab invention.  See the webpage here.


Drew Hall and Richard Gaster win the NCIIA BMEidea competition, first place.  See the release here, and a photo of them here.


Professor Shan Wang is a newly elected IEEE fellow.


AiLeen Koh wins the James Clerk Maxwell Young Writer’s Prize, 1st place.  More here.


MagArray Detection Chip is featured on Genome Technology.


Sebastian Osterfeld and Heng Yu do an interview on ABC.  See the video here.


Professor Shan Wang and the group’s research is featured in the Technology Review published by MIT.


Professor Shan Wang and the group’s research is featured in the World Journal.


Professor Shan Wang is quoted in the Wall Street Journal.


A spin puzzle is published on the Stanford Engineering website.


A blood scanner is featured in the Stanford Report.


Nanoparticle work by Professors Chen, Gambhir, and Wang is featured on sciencewatch.com.  Read more here


Professor Wang was recently quoted in Nature Nanotechnology, here.


Professor Wang and the group were featured in the NCI Nanotechnology monthly feature, here.


Lab on a chip on economist.com.  Read more here.


The Wang group wins the Obducat 2007 Prize!


Professor Wang in the Stanford Report!