In the Media
Nov 04, 2022
Research from the laboratory of Allen Distinguished Investigator and BioE Associate Professor Nikolai Slavov on Uncovering Proteomic Patterns One Cell at a Time was featured in Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News.
Sep 08, 2022
Technology for sensitive protein analysis developed in the laboratory of BioE Associate Professor and Allen Distinguished Investigator Nikolai Slavov was highlighted in a Nature Methods article Sensitive protein analysis with plexDIA.
Aug 22, 2022
BioE Assistant Professor Mona Minkara was featured in the NPR podcast “This technology makes data accessible to blind and visually impaired people.”
Oct 22, 2021
BioE Assistant Professor Mona Minkara participated in a zero-gravity flight with a crew of 12 ambassadors with mobility, vision, and hearing disabilities to test how spacesuits and vessels can be made more accessible. AstroAccess has a mission dedicated to advancing disability inclusion in space exploration. As featured in the UK Daily Mail. Read full story: Making Space […]
Oct 22, 2021
BioE Assistant Professor Mona Minkara was featured by WCVB in the article “Dr. Mona Minkara creates docu-series to share the global perceptions of disabilities through travel” for her creation of the documentary “Planes, Trains, & Canes.”
Sep 21, 2021
BioE Associate Professor and Allen Distinguished Investigator Nikolai Slavov was featured in the Nature technology feature “Single-cell proteomics takes centre stage” which highlights single-cell proteomics technology developed by the Slavov Laboratory.
Aug 06, 2021
BioE Assistant Professor Mona Minkara was featured in Nature’s article “Chemical modeling with a sense of touch.”
Aug 05, 2021
BioE Associate Professor Nikolai Slavovo was featured in the Nature Methods article “Towards resolving proteomes in single cells” which highlights single-cell proteomics methods (SCoPE-MS and SCoPE2) developed by the Slavov Laboratory, and their application to characterising the emergence of molecular diversity in a type of innate immune cells, macrophages.