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Karen gave the MMEC (Mechanics: Modeling, Experimentation, Computation) Seminar at MIT. A big thank you to Irmgard Bischofberger and Ming Guo for the invitation and for organizing such a great visit!
Looking forward to classes starting again next week! One of our lab's research images is the cover of the new Columbia Engineering Bulletin!
Karen gave a talk at the Mega Meeting at the Sloan Kettering Institute. Thanks for the invite back! It was great to see everyone!
Congrats to Dauris and Nabil on giving final presentations of their summer research in the lab as part of the Columbia E.N.G. Program. Thanks to Columbia Engineering Outreach for organizing the program and to the NSF and ACS Project SEED for supporting this research!
Karen gives a talk at the Workshop on Multi-cellular Engineered Living Systems (M-CELS) in the session on "Developmental biology and regeneration". Thanks to the organizers for the invitation and for organizing such a great workshop!
Kasza Lab Summer 2018!
Xun and Karen gave talks at the 8th World Congress of Biomechanics in Dublin. Had a blast!
Karen gives a talk in the Symposium on the Mechanics of Biological Systems and Materials at the 2018 Society for Experimental Mechanics Annual Conference!
Xun gives a talk at the 9th Northeast Complex Fluids and Soft Matter Workshop (NCS9) at Penn!
Congrats to Marisol on giving a great talk at the GSA Annual Drosophila Research Conference in an excellent platform session on Patterning, Morphogenesis and Organogenesis!
Karen gives a talk at the Mechanics in Morphogenesis workshop at the Princeton Center for Theoretical Science. Thanks to Andrej Košmrlj, Celeste Nelson, Stas Shvartsman, and Lisa Manning for the invitation and for organizing such a great workshop!
Xun presents his research at the 2017 ASCB meeting in Philly!
Karen gives talk at the University of Florida Soft Matter Symposium and had a great time visiting the UF Soft Matter Engineering Center! Thanks to Tommy Angelini and Greg Sawyer for the invitation and for organizing such a great meeting!
Columbia Undergraduate Research Symposium
Congrats to Mariel and Taya on excellent presentations of their summer research at the Columbia Undergraduate Research Symposium! Much thanks to Johnson & Johnson for supporting their research as part of the J&J Scholars Program!
Thanks to Jane Nisselson and crew for the great lab visit today!