Principal Investigator
Sindy K.Y. Tang, Ph.D.
Dept. of Mechanical Engineering
Stanford University

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We are a group of experimentalists dedicated to solving problems at the interface of engineering, soft matter, and biology! The tool we use is microfluidics. Applications of our work include biochemical sensing and diagnostics, water and energy sustainability.

Open Positions. We are seeking highly motivated postdocs and students in broad areas of engineering, applied physics, biophysics, and analytical chemistry. Please email Prof. Sindy Tang your full CV indicating your background, research interests, and publications.


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News

12.09.2014
Aloha! Sindy is giving an invited talk at the IEEE EMBS Micro and Nano in Medicine Conference in Oahu, HI!

11.23.2014
Liat, Minkyu and Tiras are giving talks at APS DFD 2014!

11.3.2014
Our work on time capsule got highlighted by Stanford News and Smithsonian.com!

10.31.2014
Sindy is invited to be a fellow at the Stanford ChEM-H.

10.27.2014
Ming's paper on Pickering emulsions for mitigating inter-drop leakage just got accepted at ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces!

10.27.2014
Ming, Liat and Minkyu are presenting 2 orals and 2 posters at MicroTAS 2014 at San Antonio TX!

9.5.2014
Our time capsule paper selected as Lab on a Chip 2014 HOT Articles and Lab on a Chip Top 10%! Also see highlight in Chemistry World!

8.29.2014
TangLab selfie summer 2014!

8.29.2014
Sohrab, Maggie and Maya presented their work today at SURI symposium!

Dancing to xbox one afterwards..

7.22.2014
Our lab got awarded a grant from the Woods Institute for the Environment to quantify Ascaris for sustainable agriculture and in the fight against parasitic intestinal diseases in collaboration with Prof. Craig Criddle (Stanford Environmental), Steve Luby (Stanford med) and Scott Smith (Stanford med)! See the news release here!

6.30.2014
Our lab got awarded a seed grant in collaboration with Prof. Guillem Pratx (Stanford Radiation Oncology) from the Stanford Chemistry, Engineering & Medicine for Human Health!

12.18.2013
Our paper on the break-up of drops in a concentrated emulsion is featured on the front cover of Soft Matter!


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