2023 - Research.com Materials Science in United States Leader Award
2022 - Research.com Best Scientist Award
2016 - Member of the National Academy of Engineering For discoveries of complex fluids, colloids, and emulsions, which have resulted in new products and companies.
2010 - Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
2010 - Member of the National Academy of Sciences
1993 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For the study of novel classical physics in complex systems, emphasizing aggregation and light scattering of colloids, dynamics in multiplying media, and enhanced optical scattering from surface adsorbates
His primary areas of study are Nanotechnology, Microfluidics, Colloid, Biophysics and Optics. His Nanotechnology course of study focuses on Polymer and Vesicle. His Microfluidics study incorporates themes from Fluidics and Drop.
The concepts of his Colloid study are interwoven with issues in Chemical physics, Fractal dimension, Phase and Kinetic energy. His Biophysics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Cell, Cytoskeleton, Rheology, Microscopy and Stiffness. His work deals with themes such as Condensed matter physics and Dynamic light scattering, which intersect with Optics.
David A. Weitz mainly focuses on Nanotechnology, Microfluidics, Colloid, Chemical engineering and Chemical physics. His Nanotechnology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Biophysics and Polymer. His Microfluidics research incorporates themes from Emulsion, Mechanics, Drop and Dispersity.
Colloid is frequently linked to Composite material in his study.
His primary scientific interests are in Microfluidics, Nanotechnology, Chemical engineering, Mechanics and Polymer. David A. Weitz has researched Microfluidics in several fields, including Drop, Nucleic acid, Biophysics, Dispersity and Aqueous solution. His research in Biophysics intersects with topics in Intracellular and Cytoskeleton.
Particularly relevant to Nanoparticle is his body of work in Nanotechnology. His Chemical engineering research incorporates elements of Membrane and Porous medium. His research on Mechanics often connects related areas such as Capillary action.
David A. Weitz focuses on Microfluidics, Nanotechnology, Dispersity, Chemical engineering and Emulsion. The study incorporates disciplines such as Tissue engineering, Wetting, Biomolecule, Mechanics and Capillary action in addition to Microfluidics. The concepts of his Nanotechnology study are interwoven with issues in Self-healing hydrogels, Polymer and Microscale chemistry.
His Dispersity research incorporates elements of Drop and Nozzle. He works mostly in the field of Chemical engineering, limiting it down to concerns involving Membrane and, occasionally, Oxide and Polymersome. His Emulsion study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Cell encapsulation and Amphiphile.
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Highly Parallel Genome-wide Expression Profiling of Individual Cells Using Nanoliter Droplets
Evan Z. Macosko;Evan Z. Macosko;Anindita Basu;Anindita Basu;Rahul Satija;Rahul Satija;James Nemesh;James Nemesh.
Droplet Barcoding for Single-Cell Transcriptomics Applied to Embryonic Stem Cells
Allon M. Klein;Linas Mazutis;Linas Mazutis;Ilke Akartuna;Naren Tallapragada.
Monodisperse Double Emulsions Generated from a Microcapillary Device
A. S. Utada;E. Lorenceau;D. R. Link;P. D. Kaplan.
Colloidosomes: Selectively Permeable Capsules Composed of Colloidal Particles
A. D. Dinsmore;Ming F. Hsu;M. G. Nikolaides;Manuel Marquez.
Three-Dimensional Direct Imaging of Structural Relaxation Near the Colloidal Glass Transition
Eric R. Weeks;J. C. Crocker;Andrew C. Levitt;Andrew Schofield.
Optical measurements of frequency-dependent linear viscoelastic moduli of complex fluids.
T. G. Mason;T. G. Mason;D. A. Weitz.
Physical Review Letters (1995)
Geometrically Mediated Breakup of Drops in Microfluidic Devices
D R Link;Shelley L Anna;D A Weitz;H A Stone.
Physical Review Letters (2004)
Elastic Behavior of Cross-Linked and Bundled Actin Networks
ML Gardel;Jennifer Hyunjong Shin;FC MacKintosh;L Mahadevan.
Novel Colloidal Interactions in Anisotropic Fluids
Philippe Poulin;Holger Stark;T. C. Lubensky;D. A. Weitz.
Diffusing wave spectroscopy
D. J. Pine;D. J. Pine;D. A. Weitz;D. A. Weitz;P. M. Chaikin;P. M. Chaikin;E. Herbolzheimer;E. Herbolzheimer.
Physical Review Letters (1988)
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