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September, 2020, Ye group's new work on quantitative prediction of hybridization kinetics is published in ACS Sensors.

September, 2020, Rambod Rezayan, a new graduate student, joins the lab.

August, 2020, the Ye group said goodbye to the Science and Engineering building and moved to the brand-new BSP building.

August, 2020, A new DOE grant supports the Ye group and their collaborators to develop new strategies for programmable self-assembly of DNA hierarchical structures at solid surfaces.

September, 2018, the Ye group, working with the Martini group, received a $485,000 grant from National Science Foundation for developing super-resolution atomic force microscopy that can characterize DNA biosensor surfaces at the nanometer to subnanometer scale.

June, 2019, Devanshu Kumar and Josh Marquez started to work in the lab as summer interns.

August, 2019, Congratulations to Paniz for passing her Ph.D. candidacy exam!

August, 2019, A number of students received fellowship support for the Fall. Melissa won a CCBM fellowship. Zach won a MACES fellowship.  Qufei won a Graduate Dean’s Dissertation Fellowship.

August, 2018, Group celebrates Alex and Angel’s accomplishments in the summer and bids them farewell.

October, 2019, Paniz won the second-place prize and Melissa won the third-place prize in the CCBM (add a hyperlink to ccbm.ucmerced.edu) Open House Poster Session!

November, 2019, Group bids farewell to Huan.  He is starting a new job at Intel.

February 24, 2020, Zach showed nanosensors research to Congressman Jim Costa as the congressman toured the electron microscopy facility at UC Merced.

February, 2020, Group’s work on surface seeded self-assembly of DNA origami is published in ACS Nano.

February 12, 2020, Qufei successfully defended his dissertation entitled “Single Molecule Manipulation and Visualization of DNA Biosensor Surface”. Congratulations!

March 19, 2020, the Lab is shut down per CA Governor's Stay-at-Home order to combat COVID-19 pandemic. The Lab plans to write up manuscripts during the shutdown.

July, 2020, After more than three months away, group members are returning to the lab.   

May, 2020, Tao received UC COVID-19 seed funding to develop nanosensors for virus antigen detection.

August, 2020, A new DOE grant supports the Ye group and their collaborators to develop new strategies for programmable self-assembly of DNA hierarchical structures at solid surfaces.

May 2018, Congratulations to Yehan, Melissa and Warren for passing their Ph.D. candidacy exams.

May, 2018, Melissa won a CCBM fellowship.

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