December 2022

The Rector of Erciyes University pays a visit to our lab, and we had the opportunity to brief him on our research activities, projects, and future plans.

March 2022

Prof. Hasan Mandal, the head of The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Türkiye (TÜBİTAK), visits Ertaş Lab.

November 2022

Dr. Ertaş delivers an invited talk at Koç University, in the department of Chemical and Biological Engineering.

September 2021

Ertaş Lab is awarded a highly competitive TÜBİTAK 1001 grant with a project budget of 994,200 ₺.

Project title: Development of theranostic anti-ACE2 antibody-coated niosome agent loaded with miR-1275 for targeting and inhibiting the genomic RNA of SARS-CoV-2

June 2021

Our cover design for the paper titled “Advances in biomedical applications of self-healing hydrogels” is chosen as the Front Cover of the Materials Chemistry Frontiers for the June issue. The cover image was designed and produced by Ertaş Lab!

October 2020

Dr. Ertaş attends an invited live TV program and gives a talk on artificial organs.

September 2020

Dr. Ertaş receives nationwide mainstream media coverage!




Our work on developing oxygenated bioink for the 3D bioprinting of heart cells is highlighted in international news outlets. Check it out!

Advanced Science News




Nanotechnology World

August 2020

Our cover design for the paper titled “3D Bioprinting of Oxygenated Cell‐Laden Gelatin Methacryloyl Constructs” is chosen as the Cover Image of the Advanced Healthcare Materials for the August issue. The cover image was designed and produced by Ertaş Lab!

July 2020

Dr. Ertaş is featured in Minister of Industry and Technology Mustafa Varank`s video twit.

February 2020

Dr. Ertaş leaves his postdoctoral appointment at University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and joins Erciyes University as a TÜBİTAK 2232 fellow.

January 2020

Dr. Ertaş receives the prestigious International Fellowship for Outstanding Researchers Program (TÜBİTAK 2232) with a project budget of ~2,970,000 ₺.

Project title: Production of Highly Magnetic Nanoparticles using Nanofabrication Approaches and Their Applications as MRI Contrast Agents