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Granick, Steve (GranickSteve)

Department
Department of Chemistry(화학과)
Website
http://softmatt.ibs.re.kr/
Lab
Center for Soft and Living Matter (첨단연성물질 연구단)
Research Keywords
Chemistry, physics, biology, Engineering, colloids, polymers, vesicles, single-molecules
Research Interests
We are part of the IBS Center for Soft and Living matter, directed by Steve Granick. The goal of this laboratory is to understand fundamental materials processes and to develop new ones. We specialize in the field of soft materials. The researchers in this group come from varied scientific disciplines, including chemistry, physics, materials science, and chemical engineering. This diversity of background and perspective helps to maintain a particularly stimulating environment. Students gain broad training in a variety of subjects and have many options of what to do after graduation. Our work is ambitious. We aim to contribute to a broad agenda of problems in society - in areas from energy to biology.
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2020-09Rapid-prototyping a Brownian particle in an active bathPark, Jin Tae; Paneru, Govind; Kwon, Chulan, et alARTICLE17 Rapid-prototyping a Brownian particle in an active bath
2020-07Boosted molecular mobility during common chemical reactionsWang, Huan; Park, Myeonggon; Dong, Ruoyu, et alARTICLE17 Boosted molecular mobility during common chemical reactions
2020-06Mechanical Adaptations of Epithelial Cells on Various Protruded Convex GeometriesYu, Sun-Min; Li, Bo; Granick, Steve, et alARTICLE80 Mechanical Adaptations of Epithelial Cells on Various Protruded Convex Geometries
2020-01Intermediate states of molecular self-assembly from liquid-cell electron microscopyWang, Huan; Li, Bo; Kim, Ye-Jin, et alARTICLE121 Intermediate states of molecular self-assembly from liquid-cell electron microscopy
2019-12Enhanced Diffusion and Oligomeric Enzyme DissociationJee, Ah-Young; Chen, Kuo; Tlusty, Tsvi, et alARTICLE138 Enhanced Diffusion and Oligomeric Enzyme Dissociation
2019-11Robustness of FCS (Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy) with Quenchers PresentKandula, Hima Nagamanasa; Jee, Ah-Young; Granick, SteveARTICLE139 Robustness of FCS (Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy) with Quenchers Present
2019-10Synthetic asters as elastic and radial skeletonsXie, Qingqiao; Chen, Xixi; Wu, Tianli, et alARTICLE195 Synthetic asters as elastic and radial skeletons
2019-08Colloidal Flatlands Confronted with Urge for the Third DimensionDong, Ruo-Yu; Wang, Wei; Granick, SteveARTICLE200 Colloidal Flatlands Confronted with Urge for the Third Dimension
2019-07Single-crosslink microscopy in a biopolymer network dissects local elasticity from molecular fluctuationsJiang, Lingxiang; Xie, Qingqiao; Tsang, Boyce, et alARTICLE283 Single-crosslink microscopy in a biopolymer network dissects local elasticity from molecular fluctuations
2019-04Biologically-active unilamellar vesicles from red blood cellsJang, Hyun-Sook; Cho, Yoon-Kyoung; Granick, SteveARTICLE194 Biologically-active unilamellar vesicles from red blood cells
2019-02Steering Coacervation by a Pair of Broad-Spectrum RegulatorsYang, Shenyu; Li, Bo; Wu, Chunxian, et alARTICLE237 Steering Coacervation by a Pair of Broad-Spectrum Regulators
2018-12Ionic Janus Liquid Droplets Assembled and Propelled by Electric FieldSindoro, Melinda; Granick, SteveARTICLE273 Ionic Janus Liquid Droplets Assembled and Propelled by Electric Field
2018-11Comparing Geometry and Chemistry When Confined Molecules Diffuse in Monodisperse Metal-Organic Framework PoresJee, Ah-Young; Yanai, Nobuhiro; Granick, SteveARTICLE355 Comparing Geometry and Chemistry When Confined Molecules Diffuse in Monodisperse Metal-Organic Framework Pores
2018-11Catalytic enzymes are active matterJee, Ah-Young; Cho, Yoon-Kyoung; Granick, Steve, et alARTICLE474 Catalytic enzymes are active matter
2018-10Deep line-temporal focusing with high axial resolution and a large field-of-view using intracavity control and incoherent pulse shapingLou, Kai; Wang, Bo; Jee, Ah-Young, et alARTICLE496 Deep line-temporal focusing with high axial resolution and a large field-of-view using intracavity control and incoherent pulse shaping
2018-10DNA molecules deviate from shortest trajectory when driven through hydrogelGuan, Juan; Chen, Kejia; Jee, Ah-Young, et alARTICLE322 DNA molecules deviate from shortest trajectory when driven through hydrogel
2018-09Substrate curvature affects the shape, orientation, and polarization of renal epithelial cellsYu, Sun-Min; Oh, Jung Min; Lee, Junwon, et alARTICLE673 Substrate curvature affects the shape, orientation, and polarization of renal epithelial cells
2018-08Cloaked Exosomes: Biocompatible, Durable, and Degradable EncapsulationKumar, Sumit; Michael, Issac J; Park, Juhee, et alARTICLE586 Cloaked Exosomes: Biocompatible, Durable, and Degradable Encapsulation
2018-08Longer-Lasting Electron-Based Microscopy of Single Molecules in Aqueous MediumWang, Huan; Nagamanasa, K. Hima; Kim, Ye-Jin, et alARTICLE473 Longer-Lasting Electron-Based Microscopy of Single Molecules in Aqueous Medium
2018-06How to better focus waves by considering symmetry and information lossLou, Kai; Granick, Steve; Amblard, FrancoisARTICLE574 How to better focus waves by considering symmetry and information loss

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