Nature Inspirations | Materials Innovation | Improving Life
The Wong Research Group
Nature Inspiration: Nepenthes Pitcher Plants
SLIPS: Slippery Liquid-Infused Porous Surfaces
SLIPS in Action:
SLIPS Sleeve vs Non-SLIPS Coat against Tomato Juice
Nature Inspiration: Coffee Ring Stains
Nanochromatography of Biomolecules and Cells
We welcome our newest group members who join us in the Fall 2013: Dr. Shikuan Yang , Jon Wang, and Lisa Meier! Welcome!!
Dr. Wong and colleagues at Harvard University (Joanna Aizenberg's group)'s work on robust optical transparent slippery surfaces is now published in Nature Communications!
We welcome our new team members who will be joining in the Fall 2013: Dr. Xianming Dai, Dr. Yu Huang, Ryan Sikorski and Birgitt Boschitsch!! Welcome!
We welcome undergraduate researcher, Nathan M. Custodio, to join our group!
Dr Wong's co-edited MRS Bulletin special issue on Interfacial Materials with Special Wettability is now online! Please check it out!
We welcome our first group of undergraduate researchers, Keiko Kato (UIUC, REU 2013) and Alexandre Blois, to join our laboratory!!
Dr. Wong and colleagues at Harvard University (Joanna Aizenberg's group)'s work on mechanical switchable slippery surfaces is now published in Nature Materials!
Dr. Wong is giving an invited lecture on nature-inspired liquid repellent materials at Michigan State University.
Dr. Wong's interview on coffee ring research has been featured in Clinical Chemistry!
Dr. Wong discusses about his work on bioinspired slippery surfaces at the Mechanical Engineering Seminar at Penn State.
Our laboratory is now housed at the Materials Research Institute at the state-of-the-art Millennium Science Complex!
Welcome Jing Wang and Nan Sun to join the Wong Laboratory!
Copyright by Tak-Sing Wong 2013. All rights reserved.
Department of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering
Materials Research Institute
Huck Institutes of the Life Sciences
The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA 16802