Articles by Benjamin Evans
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April 9, 2019
The untethered tumbling devices are biocompatible and can be directed with magnetic fields to transport a payload or release pharmaceuticals.
April 2, 2019
Inspired by natural iridescence found in butterfly wings and fish scales, the films contain an array of magnetic nanostructures which can be rotated to manipulate the reflection of ambient light.
April 11, 2017
The article appearing in Nanoscale describes research by a team including Associate Professor of Physics Benjamin Evans into the behavior of a microscale swimming device controlled with magnetic fields.
March 30, 2017
A manuscript coauthored by Ben Evans, associate professor of physics, was featured as a Top Story on the NSF's Science360 News.
March 22, 2016
The March meeting of the American Physical Society is the largest annual international meeting of physicists, featuring more than 9,000 presentations from authors around the world.
Interdisciplinary team of Elon faculty and students publishes research on magnetic microspheres for biomedical applications
March 11, 2016
Associate professors Ben Evans (Physics) and Tonya Train (Biology) published alongside Julia Ronecker '13 (Biochemistry), David Han '18 (Engineering), Daniel Glass '10 (Engineering), and Alison Deatsch '13 (Physics) in Materials Science and Engineering: C.
January 19, 2016
Associate Professor Ben Evans has received funding from the North Carolina Biotechnology Center for equipment which will facilitate his research in magnetic hyperthermia therapeutics.
October 24, 2015
A group of students from Elon’s Engineering Club and Engineering World Health traveled Oct. 23 to the Southeast Regional Meeting of the Biomedical Engineering Society in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Undergraduate researchers from Physics, Engineering, and Chemistry present at an international biophysics conference
February 19, 2015
Matt Bausch ’16, Aaron Neaves ’16, and David Han ’17 presented at the 59 Annual Meeting of the Biophysical Society in Baltimore, Maryland, February 8-11.
May 30, 2014
The assistant professor of physics presented "An optical biosensor for point-of-care medical diagnostics" at the 24th Anniversary World Congress on Biosensors held May 27-30, 2014, in Melbourne, Australia.