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  • Volumetric chemical imaging in vivo by a remote-focusing stimulated Raman scattering microscope 

    Lin, Peng; Ni, Hongli; Li, Huate; Vickers, Nicholas A.; Tan, Yuying; Gong, Ruyi; Bifano, Thomas; Cheng, Ji-Xin (The Optical Society, 2020-09-28)
    Operable under ambient light and providing chemical selectivity, stimulated Raman scattering (SRS) microscopy opens a new window for imaging molecular events on a human subject, such as filtration of topical drugs through ...
  • Reverberation microscopy systems and methods 

    Bifano, Thomas; Mertz, Jerome; Beaulieu, Devin (2020-06-09)
    A method for obtaining one or more images of a sample using a microscope includes dividing , using a reverberation cavity , a first one of a plurality of laser pulses into a plurality of sequential sub-pulses, each of ...
  • Forward and inverse design of kirigami via supervised autoencoder 

    Hanakata, Paul Z.; Cubuk, Ekin D.; Campbell, David K.; Park, Harold S. (American Physical Society (APS), 2020-10-12)
    Machine learning (ML) methods have recently been used as forward solvers to predict the mechanical properties of composite materials. Here, we use a supervised autoencoder (SAE) to perform the inverse design of graphene ...
  • Quantifying heart valve interstitial cell contractile state using highly tunable poly(ethylene glycol) hydrogels 

    Khang, Alex; Gonzalez Rodriguez, Andrea; Schroeder, Megan E.; Sansom, Jacob; Lejeune, Emma; Anseth, Kristi S.; Sacks, Michael S. (Elsevier BV, 2019-09)
    Valve interstitial cells (VIC) are the primary cell type residing within heart valve tissues. In many valve pathologies, VICs become activated and will subsequently profoundly remodel the valve tissue extracellular matrix ...
  • Minimum size for the top jet drop from a bursting bubble 

    Brasz, C. Frederik; Bartlett, Casey T.; Walls, Peter L. L.; Flynn, Elena G.; Yu, Yingxian Estella; Bird, James C. (American Physical Society, 2018-07-11)
    Jet drops ejected from bursting bubbles are ubiquitous, transporting aromatics from sparkling beverages, pathogens from contaminated water sources, and sea salts and organic species from the ocean surface to the atmosphere. ...
  • Threshold for discretely self-similar satellite drop formation from a retracting liquid cone 

    Brasz, C. Frederik; Berny, Alexis; Bird, James C. (American Physical Society, 2018-10-16)
    Predicting the size of droplets that pinch off from a liquid jet is important to applications ranging from bubble-initiated atmospheric aerosols to inkjet printing. These predictions are complicated by smaller satellite ...
  • Microstructural ordering of nanofibers in flow-directed assembly 

    Gao, EnLai; Wang, ShiJun; Duan, ChuanHua; Xu, ZhiPing (Springer Science and Business Media LLC, 2019-09)
    Fabrication of highly ordered and dense nanofibers assemblies is of key importance for high-performance and multi-functional material and device applications. In this work, we design an experimental approach in silico, ...
  • Energy considerations of classical electromagnetic zero-point radiation and a specific probability calculation in stochastic electrodynamics 

    Cole, Daniel C.
    The zero-point (ZP) radiation field in stochastic electrodynamics (SED) is considered to be formally infinite, or perhaps bounded by mechanisms yet to be revealed someday. A similar situation holds in quantum electrodynamics ...
  • Evaporation-assisted patterning beyond random assembly 

    Duan, Chuanhua (Oxford University Press (OUP), 2019-11-01)
    Evaporation of solvent and the resulting fluid motion has been recognized as a simple but robust patterning method to yield self-assembled patterns of non-volatile solutes (e.g. microspheres, nanoparticles, bacteria, ...
  • Voltage gated inter-cation selective ion channels from graphene nanopores 

    Cantley, Lauren; Swett, Jacob L.; Lloyd, David; Cullen, David A.; Zhou, Ke; Bedworth, Peter V.; Heise, Scott; Rondinone, Adam J.; Xu, Zhiping; Sinton, Steve; Bunch, J. Scott (2019-05-28)
    With the ability to selectively control ionic flux, biological protein ion channels perform a fundamental role in many physiological processes. For practical applications that require the functionality of a biological ion ...

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