Jeffrey S. Guasto,
Dept. of Mechanical Engineering
SEC, Robinson Hall, Room 173
200 College Avenue
- New paper on sperm motility published in JRSI! September 9, 2020
- Allen Ma successfully defends his MS thesis! September 1, 2020
- Congratulations to Derek on being awarded the Tufts Burlingame Fellowship in Physics! June 25, 2020
- Guasto Lab’s work on chaos in viscoelastic fluid flows featured in Tufts School of Engineering News! April 29, 2020
- Derek and Nico’s paper published in PRL! April 20, 2020
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Nico’s paper in collaboration with Jorn Dunkel’s group will be published in Physical Review Fluids … congratulations Nico!
Congratulations! The advanced version of the article, which is in collaboration Jorn Dunkel’s group at MIT, can be found here. See also the accompanying article by Tufts Engineering News.
This work was in collaboration with Jorn Dunkel’s group at MIT and the paper can be found here.
Congratulations to Julia on defending her work on multiplexed microfluidic devices for bacterial chemotaxis screening!
In collaboration with Roman Stocker’s group at ETH Zurich, this work heterogeneity of chemotaxis in bacterial populations using a novel microfluidic device.
Nico and Prof. Guasto published a companion article for a recent paper in Nature Physics on phototactic motility, which can be found here.
In collaboration with Ben Wolfe’s group at from Tufts Biology, our work on how bacterial networks enhance bacterial dispersal was published in Nature Communications! You can find more on this work in a piece by TuftsNow and an contributer article … Continue reading
Tufts University will host the 71st New England Complex Fluids Workshop on Friday June 16, 2017. The conference is a free, one-day event hosted by Prof. Jeff Guasto (Mechanical Engineering) and Prof. Tim Atherton (Physics). The NECFW will feature exciting array … Continue reading
Shiva Mudide, Shikhar Sinha, and Andrew Tsakiris are recent graduates of Acton-Boxborough Regional High School. They are joining the Guasto Lab for the summer and will be working on microfluidics and magnetotactic bacteria research. Welcome Shiva, Shikhar, and Andrew!