Sept. 22, 2016
- Pranav Agrawal, a fourth-year chemical engineering graduate student in the Dorfman and Reineke groups, won the FACSS student poster award at the SciX/ITP conference 2016 in Minneapolis, Minnesota for his poster, “Tunable short-pass filter to recover long DNA using entropic traps.” Cash prizes were awarded for the most outstanding student posters each day of the conference. Agrawal was awarded first prize, among a field of 50 posters presented on that particular day. His work was part of the ITP program, an international symposium on electro- and liquid phase-separation techniques. Agrawal was also one of five recipients of a CASSS travel award to support his attendance at the meeting. CASSS is a non-profit scientific society dedicated to providing networking and education forums for industry, academia and public sector scientists in the field of biopharmaceutical development and regulation.
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