Research, STEM Education, & Native American Programs in Montana
Oscillating electroosmotic flows in microchannels can be used as a separating mechanism for biological species. This MEMS related work specifically studies the separation of different sized DNA on the microscale as a pre-cursor to lab on a chip systems. In addition to this research, Dr. Thomas will present programs and activities that enable Native American students to obtain their STEM degrees. This involves working with middle school through graduate students at the 4 year institutions, Tribal colleges, and K-12 schools in Montana.
Thomas, Aaron, "Research, STEM Education, & Native American Programs in Montana" (2015). Public Lecture Series. 43.