News & Events
  • Nanotech lab works to save lives-KING TV feature

    KING 5 television’s Glenn Farley takes you on a high tech journey into the tiny world of nano-technology in Western Washington Featuring the Washington Nanfabrication Facility and interviews with MolES faculty members Michael Khbeis and Dan Ratner. http://www.king5.com/videos/news/local/2015/02/24/nanotechnology-lab-works-to-save-lives/23922909/      

  • Biomaterials Day 2015

    Biomaterials in Translation: From Academia to IndustryMarch 2, 2015 8:00am – 5:30pmFoege N130University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA Key Note Speaker Dr. David MooneyHarvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences Featuring talks from leading professors and physicians from the pacific-northwest region on applications and research in biomaterials, as well as a panel discussion on biomaterials in… Read More…

  • NIH Approves Additional Funding for NESAC/BIO

    The National ESCA and Surface Analysis Center for Biomedical Problems (NESAC/BIO) has received an additional five years of funding from the National Institutes of Health.

  • PolyDrop’s Sky-high Solution

    UW Chemical Engineering alum Volha Hrechka and her start up company is featured on the UW website home page the week of December 8, 2014. Hrechka’s start up company PolyDrop is the result of her chemical engineering capstone project under the guidence of MolES faculty member Lilio Pozzo.

  • David Castner Honored by UK Surface Analysis Forum

    MolES faculty member and NESAC/BIO Director David Castner was recently awarded the 2014 Rivière Prize from the UK Surface Analysis Forum. This award is presented to researchers whose work has had a major impact on other researchers in the field of surface analysis. In naming Castner the 2014 recipient, the UK Surface Analysis Forum cited… Read More…