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Texto: Stanford bioengineer Manu Prakash named MacArthur Fellow | Stanford News Skip to content News Menu Search form Search term Home Find Stories For Journalists Contact Image credit: L.A. Cicero September 21, 2016 Stanford bioengineer Manu Prakash named MacArthur Fellow Stanford’s Manu Prakash, an assistant professor of bioengineering, has been awarded a “genius grant” from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. Facebook Twitter Email By Amy Adams Manu Prakash examines problems in biological sciences through the lens of physics. As part of that he has developed a folding paper microscope costing less than a dollar and distributed it to people worldwide studying issues in their community. His other work involves things as diverse as the physics of water droplets and disassembled music boxes to insect flight. Of his often whimsical approach to science and plans for the award, Prakash said, “I’ve done science the way I’ve wanted to do science. Sometimes it’s hard to convince others that we are taking the right approach.” “This award gives me the flexibility to not think about those bounds,” he said. Read the full story Foldscope Images The Prakash lab has distributed a one dollar folding paper microscope, called the Foldscope, to more than 50,000 people in 135 countries who use the tool for research and education. These are a few of the many images people from around the world have taken while studying everything from diseases in bees to detecting cervical cancer. Brine Shrimp collected from the SF Bay, from the Microcosmos Foldscope Community Image credit: DAMONTIGHE / Microcosmos Algal Ecosystem Rotifer, from the Microcosmos Foldscope Community Image credit: Avinash / Microcosmos Winca Roseae Flower, from the Microcosmos Foldscope Community Image credit: Crea / Microcosmos An Insect collected from a backyard, from the Microcosmos Foldscope Community Image credit: Yamini Undurthi / Microcosmos Water Flea, from the Microcosmos Foldscope Community Image credit: Christina / Microcosmos Coffee foam, from the Microcosmos Foldscope Community Image credit: Manu Prakash / Microcosmos Diverse Interests Prakash’s work ranges from microscopy and insects to water droplets and chemistry. The unifying feature is a compulsive curiosity and focus on low cost solutions for human health. Science & Technology Curiosity leads Stanford bioengineers to discover insect’s flight secret A chance observation of a water lily beetle flitting from pad to pad inspired researchers to investigate how it overcomes the physical challenges of flying over water. Science & Technology Stanford engineers develop computer that operates on water droplets Manu Prakash and his students have developed a synchronous computer that operates using the unique physics of moving water droplets. Science & Technology Stanford researchers solve the mystery of the dancing droplets Years of research satisfy a graduate student's curiosity about the molecular minuet he observed among drops of ordinary food coloring. Faculty & Staff Inspired by a music box, Stanford bioengineer creates $5 chemistry set Manu Prakash won a contest to develop the 21st-century chemistry set. His version, based on a toy music box, is small, robust, programmable and costs $5. Foldscope: Microscopy for everyone Manu Prakash and team are encouraging curiosity and motivating the next generation of scientists, inventors and innovators by providing a million microscopes to children all over the world. Science Tools Anyone Can Afford Manu Prakash wants to grow a generation of young scientists by distributing powerful yet inexpensive laboratory instruments around the globe. Science & Technology Bioengineer designs diagnostic microscope costing less than $1 It’s an invention that would make TV’s secret agent MacGyver proud: a fully functional microscope that can be assembled from folded paper and a tiny bead of glass. Science & Technology Through the Looking Glass Can Manu Prakash revolutionize global health with a lens and a piece of paper? Science & Technology The Brilliant Ten: Manu Prakash brings science to the masses He creates low-cost alternatives to high-tech research equipment. Imaginative inventions liberate science from the ivory tower. Manu Prakash is determined to push down the cost of doing science. Expensive facilities, he says, limit knowledge and expertise to a privileged elite. Science & Technology Changing the world with a paper microscope Born in India, biophysicist Manu Prakash heads a lab at Stanford that specializes in what he calls “frugal science,” designing inexpensive laboratory instruments that can spread science and medical opportunity around the world. Science & Technology A medical lab in a music box One night, as Manu Prakash turned the handle on a music box, he realized the simple mechanism–a crank rotating gears–could also run a programmable chemistry set. Media Contacts Amy Adams, University Communications: (650) 796-3695, amyadams@stanford.edu Awards Science & Technology Facebook Twitter Email What to read next: Science & Technology After the Big One: Understanding aftershock risk Geophysicist Gregory Beroza discusses the culprits behind destructive aftershocks and why scientists are harnessing artificial intelligence to gain new insights into earthquake risks. Science & Technology View from above: Using satellite data to study Earth California is embarking on an effort to launch its own satellites to study pollutants – an approach many Stanford researchers have taken advantage of to better understand our changing planet. Campus Life Stanford president urges new students to explore, connect and contribute In a ceremony that marks the beginning of the academic year, Stanford leaders and a Stanford senior encouraged first-year and transfer students to embrace their new community. Stanford Report Receive daily Stanford news. 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