Highlights / Press release

2021

September 10 - Mohamed Hassan has won the IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) ICDH 2021 Research award (3rd place) for the development of an electrically conductive material for wearable electronics.

August 27 - Mohamed Hassan is the recipient of the ECS travel award to the 240th Electrochemical Society’s (ECS) Meeting in October.

June 14 - Three graduate students from Andreescu Lab win awards at National Meetings

Mohamed Hassan and Maximilian Card won the graduate and the undergraduate research award at the Eastern Analytical Symposium (EAS) and Exposition (link). Reem Khan has received the American Chemical Society (ACS) graduate student award from the Division of Agricultural Chemistry (AGRO) for her oral presentation at the 2021 Fall ACS National Meeting.

May 11 - Dr. Andreescu received the Distinction in Faculty Mentoring for Research and Scholarship Award at Clarkson University

Bioink News: -February 11- Bioink Sensor for Protection from UV Rays

"When it comes to protecting your skin from UV rays, a small sensor to wear on your body can help. A research team from Clarkson University has discovered a special bioink that can be 3D printed on a skin-safe UV sensor. One day we can use this sensor as a new safety tool against sunburn"

3DHeals.com - January 23- 3D Bioprinting for Wound Healing and Skinlike Sensors

2020

Spectrum news - November - Our research on portable biosensors and 3D printed wearable UV sensors was featured by Spectrum News TV station

3D Printing Industry: November 23 - Scientist develop 3D printed wearable biosensors for sun burn protection

"Researchers from the New York-based Clarkson University have developed a custom bioink and deployed it to create a range of skin-compatible 3D printed biosensors"

Allevi3d: November 12 - These Printable UV Sensors From Allevi Authors Could Save You From A Sunburn In The Future

"In their recent publication, Allevi authors, Abraham Samuel Finny, Cindy Jiang, and Silvana Andreescu developed a custom bioink which they can print into a skin safe UV sensor. Such a sensor could be used as an exciting safety tool against sunburns. It also has potential as a confirmation device for UV sanitation"

3D print.com: - November 10 - Wearable 3D Printed Sensors Could Keep You Safe from Sunburn

"Silvana Andreescu, Professor and Egon Matijevic Endowed Chair of Chemistry and Biomolecular Science at Clarkson, and two members of her lab, graduate student Abraham Finny and undergraduate student Cindy Jiang, published a paper about their work developing 3D printed, hydrogel-based, non-toxic sensors that can prevent sunburns by indicating unexpected exposure to damaging rays of UV light"

Photonics media (photonics.com): - November 6, Potsdam, NY - Wearable Sensor Could Increase Awareness of UV Exposure

"A custom bio-ink developed by Clarkson University researchers could enable wearable sensors designed to increase the wearer’s awareness of UV exposure"

Globe Newswire: - November 02, Potsdam, NY - Clarkson University Team Discovers New Way to Protect Against Sunburns