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    2018       Hashemi Lab in the News  
          ISU  ME’s Hashemi wins Early Career Engineering Faculty Research Award

ASME  Seeing the Micro Picture

ISU 
ME assistant professors’ research featured on ASME news site

NR Times 
The Future of Neural Engineering

IEEE 
Fabricated Microfibers Could Aid in Tissue Regeneration

Science Daily  
Microfibers fabricated for single-cell studies, tissue engineering

EurekAlert AAAS  
Iowa State researchers fabricate microfibers for single-cell studies, tissue engineering

ISU 
Iowa State researchers fabricate microfibers for single-cell studies, tissue engineering

MRS 
MRS Main Page (August 2016)

Forbes 
Could Self-Destructing Batteries Help Mitigate The Electronic Waste Crisis?

BBC 
Scientists develop dissolving battery

Materials Today 
Self-pumped MFCs that need no external power source 

EurekAlert AAAS 
3-D paper-based microbial fuel cell operating under continuous flow condition 

Science Daily
 3-D paper-based microbial fuel cell operating under continuous flow condition

Phys.org 
3-D paper-based microbial fuel cell operating under continuous flow condition

ISU 
Nastaran Hashemi receives UHC Mentoring and Teaching Award 

YouTube 
TWO MINUTES WITH Nastaran Hashemi

ISU 
College of Engineering Main Page (January 2016)

LushPrize 
2015 Prize Winners

ChemistryViews 
Transient Electronics

CytoFluidix
  Placenta-on-a-Chip: Universal Drug Testing Using Microfluidics

ISU  Iowa State University student named a 2015 Goldwater Scholar

ISU  Mechanical engineering graduate student selected for international NSF research program

ISU  Iowa State undergraduates showcase their research at annual Capitol event March 24

ASME  Hashemi invited as ASME ICNMM2014 keynote Speaker

FOX News  Futuristic science: Electronics that melt away 

ISU
 
Engineering students awarded 2014 Leading the Bioeconomy Graduate Fellowships

ISU 
Students showcase work at research symposium

MaterialsViews  Simply melting away: dissolving polymer electronics

Phys.org  Scientist developing materials, electronics that dissolve when triggered 

Science Daily  Materials, electronics that dissolve when triggered being developed 
 
KCCI  Researchers making electronics that dissolve after use

ISU  Iowa State materials scientist developing materials and electronics that dissolve when triggered

ISU  BEI’s BRT Program Announces Spring 2014 Graduate Fellows

Renewable Energy Global Innovations  Paper selected as key scientific article

National Academy of Sciences Kavli Frontiers of Science Alumni

SELECTBIO
 
Hashemi invited as Lab-on-a-Chip European Congress distinguished faculty

ISU  Hashemi joins ASEE Virtual Communities of Practice

ISU  Hashemi invited to attend NAS symposium

InCYde  Hashemi speaks at UKC 2012

ISU  Hashemi receives NRC/ASEE research publication award for optofluidic approach 

ISU  Pursuing New Ideas

ISU  Hashemi is the new William March Scholar in Mechanical Engineering

 
  April - Prof. Hashemi was promoted to associate professor with tenure.    
  March - Congratulations to Alex Wrede for being selected to receive the 2018 Mechanical Engineering Graduate Research Symposium Award!    
    - Congratulations to Marilyn McNamara for being selected to receive the 2018 Mechanical Engineering Graduate Research Symposium Award!    
  January - Alex's recent paper on spatial control and induced cavitation on targeted microbubbles is now available online in Ultrasonics Sonochemistry. More    
    - Congratulations to Marilyn McNamara for passing her Ph.D. Qualifying Exam!    
           
    2017        
           
  November - Congratulations to Alex Wrede for passing his Ph.D. Qualifying Exam!    
    - Congratulations to Alex for winning ISU’s 3 Minute Thesis competition!    
    - Check out our recent article on microfibers for 3D cell cultures. More    
  September - Hashemi wins Early Career Engineering Faculty Research Award. More More    
    - The lab received a grant from the Army Research Laboratory.    
  July  - Check out our recent article on graphene as a flexible electrode. More    
  May - Our research featured on the first page of ASME. More    
    - ME assistant professors’ research featured on ASME news site. More    
    - We welcome DOE SULI and CCI students, Aarthy Shah and Jasmin Okuzono.    
    - Congratulations to Yangsu Xie for successfully defending her Ph.D. dissertation!    
    - Farrokh Sharifi has accepted a postdoctoral position at Cornell. Congratulations!    
    - The lab received a grant from the Office of Naval Research to develop a soft material 3D printing technology to study blood brain barrier.    
  April - Catherine Meis has accepted a Ph.D. position at Stanford. Congratulations!    
    - Yangsu Xie has been selected to receive an ISU Research Excellence Award.    
    - The lab received a grant from the College of Engineering to study nanofluidic architectures interfacing biological systems.    
    - Our recent article on soft degradable structures is now available online in Advanced Engineering Materials. More    
    - Check out our recent article on fluid induced alignment of carbon nanofibers in flexible polymer fibers in Macromolecular Materials and Engineering. More    
  March - Jeremy Caplin has accepted a Ph.D. position at Georgia Tech. Congratulations!    
  February - Congratulations to Rajeendra for successfully defending his Ph.D. preliminary oral exam!    
  January - Our recent article is now published in RSC Advances. More    
           
    2016        
           
  December - Our recent work on fibrous scaffolds for neuronal studies is featured in NR Times. More    
  October - Congratulations to Farrokh Sharifi for successfully defending his Ph.D. dissertation!    
    - Our recent publication on fibrous scaffolds for neuronal studies is highlighted by ISU News, Science Daily, EurekAlert AAAS, Phys.org, Science Magazine, IEEE, ASME, Futurity, MSN Money, Bioscience Technology, NR Times, ReliaWire, RegMedNet, and other news outlets.    
    - Our new work on polycaprolactone fibrous scaffolds to navigate neural stem cells is now available in Biomacromolecules. More    
    - Congratulations to Mingchang Lu for successfully defending his M.S. thesis!    
    - Our new paper on the thermal conductivity of graphene is now published in Nanoscale. More    
  August - Recent paper on transient electronics is highlighted on the main page of the Materials Research Society. More More    
    - Our recent publication on transient electronics is featured in Science Daily, BBC, Forbes, Science Friday, MRS, CNN, and other news outlets.    
  July - Check out our new paper in ACS Biomaterials Science & Engineering. More    
    - Our work is reported to be among 5 coolest things on earth this week. More    
    - Our recent publication on 3D paper-based microbial fuel cell operating under continuous flow condition is featured in Science Daily, EurekAlert AAAS, Phys.org, Science Magazine, World Scientific, Nanowerk, eScience News, Materials Today, Science Blog, Science Newsline, BioPortfolio, World of Renewables, Environment Guru, Crazy Engineers, Science Alert, EE Times, Gadgets 360, Times of India, Yahoo, MSN.com, Reddit, WCCFtech, Futurism, I4U News, Chem Europe, AZO Materials, Business Standard, News24, BGR India, India Today, Tech2, Financial Express, Tendencias21, Scientific Computing, ECNmag, Solar Thermal Energy, ElectronicSpecifier, Innovation Toronto, Startupz, Hydrogen Fuel News, and many more news outlets.    
  June - Check out our new paper in Technology. More    
    - Farrokh's paper was in the "Most Downloaded Articles" from Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials in the last 90 days. Congratulations!    
    - Congratulations to Farrokh as his paper is now published in RSC Advances. More    
  May - We welcome DOE SULI student Nicole Jandick.    
    - Prof. Hashemi is the recipient of a 2016 University Award for Excellence in Honors Teaching and Mentoring. More    
  April - Check out our new paper in the journal of Materials. More    
    - Our paper has appeared in the Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials. More    
    - Congratulations to Farrokh for successfully defending his Ph.D. preliminary oral exam!    
    - Payton Goodrich has accepted a Ph.D. position at UC Berkeley. Congratulations!    
  March - We provided hands-on research experience to 8th grade girls through the Taking the Road Less Traveled program on March 31.    
  February - Congratulations to Rajeendra Pemathilaka for successfully defending his M.S. thesis!    
    - Erik Zorrilla has received the IINSPIRE third place presentation award for research on polymer microfibers project. More    
    - Prof. Nastaran Hashemi received a grant from the Office of Naval Research to study single neurons.    
    - The lab has received a Lush Young Researcher Prize for work on developing organ-on-a-chip systems.    
  January - We welcome new graduate student, Jonathan Vander Wiel, to the Hashemi lab.    
    - Congratulations to Jeremy Caplin for successfully defending his M.S. thesis!    
    - Spend a couple minutes learning about microfluidics and tissue engineering with ME Assistant Professor Nastaran Hashemi! More    
    - Our work is highlighted on the main page of the Iowa State University College of Engineering. More More    
           
  2015  
           
  December - Farrokh Sharifi has received an ISU Research Excellence Award. Congratulations!    
    - Congratulations to Payton Goodrich for successfully finishing his B.S. degree with Honors!    
    - ISU COE selected Catherine Meis poster as the best among the engineering entries at the Honors Poster Session. Congratulations Catie!    
    - Payton and Catie presented at the ISU Honors Poster Session.    
  November - Jeremy Caplin was selected as one of the recipients of the 2015 Lush Prize. He received a Young Researcher Prize in an award ceremony in London. More    
    - Check out our new paper in Analytical Methods. More    
    - Our recent paper on transient electronics is highlighted by Chemistry Views. More    
  October - Our collaborative paper in the Journal of Polymer Science Part B: Polymer Physics is now available online. More    
    - See our comments in Diagnostics World on ‪‎Nature Scientific Reports‬ and ‪‎PNAS‬ papers with a focus on optofluidics. More    
  September - Welcome to our new lab members, Tyler Carter, Michael Boysen, Kirk Rudolph, and Jonathan Mikulicz.    
  August - Prof. Hashemi is giving an invited seminar at the University of Toronto in the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering on November 20, 2015. More More    
    - Check out our recent paper on transient bioelectronics in the Journal of Polymer Science Part B: Polymer Physics. More    
    - Congratulations to Farrokh, Sasan, and Flavia for the acceptance of their paper in Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews. More    
    - Congratulations to Payton and Farrokh as their paper is now accepted in RSC Advances. More    
  July - Hashemi Lab summer interns presented their work at the University Research Symposium.    
  June - Check out our paper on MPPC for optofluidic characterization of particles and microalgae in Biosensors! More    
  May - Welcome to our NSF REU students Kelli Johnston, Erik Zorrilla, Jaemin Powell, and Norma Granados.    
    - We welcome DOE SULI student Payton Goodrich and DOE CCI student Lindsey Matheney. Welcome Lindsey! Welcome back to our lab as a SULI student, Payton!    
    - Our placenta-on-a-chip project has been highlighted in the news. The work featured in Ames Tribune and CytoFluidix. More    
    - New paper on defect level and thermal conductivity of graphene was published in Nanoscale. More    
  April - Welcome to our new graduate student, Mingchang Lu!    
    - Hashemi Lab Honors students presented their work at the University Honors Poster Presentation.    
    - Farrokh Sharifi has been selected to receive an Iowa State University Teaching Excellence Award.    
    - Rajeendra was chosen as the winner of the ASME NEMB 2015 Audience Award for his poster entitled "Studying the Behavior in Placenta-on-a-Chip with a Barrier Function of Epithelial and Endothelial Cell Monolayers". Congratulations Rajeendra! More    
    - Prof. Hashemi, Farrokh, Catie, Jeremy, Rajeendra, Qing, and Payton from Hashemi Lab presented their work at the 2015 ASME NanoEngineering for Medicine and Biology in Minneapolis, MN.    
    - Congratulations to Catie for being selected as a Goldwater Scholar. More    
    - Jeremy Caplin has received a 2015 NSF EAPSI Fellowship. Congratulations! More    
  March - Our review article on “Microfluidic Organ-on-a-Chip Technology for Advancement of Drug Development and Toxicology” has just appeared in the Advanced Healthcare Materials. More    
    - We welcome Dr. Hayriye Altural, our new visiting scholar to the lab.    
  February - Prof. Nastaran Hashemi was selected as a recipient of the Big 12 Faculty Fellowship Award.    
  January - Prof. Nastaran Hashemi was awarded the Travel Support from the ISU College of Engineering.    
    - Welcome to our new undergraduate students, Erika Grefsheim, Kirk Rudolph, Daniel Nguyen, Ryan McDonnell, and Jonathan Mikulicz!    
    - Welcome to our new undergraduate researchers, Avinash Sooriyarachchi and Clint Nelson!    
    - We welcome new graduate student, Rajeendra Lakruwan Pemathilaka to the Hashemi lab.    
           
    2014        
           
  December - Prof. Hashemi was presented with a name plate from the Iowa State University IINSPIRE-LSAMP for her mentorship role.    
    - New paper from the goup was published in the Journal of Thermal Engineering. More    
  November - Congratulations to Dr. Zhenhua Bai for his recent publication in RSC Advances. More    
    - Congratulation to Myra James who has successfully presented our organs-on-chip work at the Argonne National Laboratory’s Undergraduate Research Symposium. More    
  October - A big shout out to Catie, Jeremy, Megan, and Farrokh for making the Taking the Road Less Traveled presentation a huge success.    
  September - Gabrielle Powell has received the Peach State-LSAMP third place presentation award for REU research on our microfluidic flow cytometer project. The conference was hosted by Georgia Tech.    
    - Congratulations to Norma and Myra for acceptance of their abstract to the 2014 LSMCE conference, Roadmap to Action: LSAMP Model for Broadening Participation.    
- We welcome undergraduate researchers Marta Sucur and Grady Jensen to our lab.
    - Welcome to our new graduate student, Jeremy Caplin!    
    - We are proud of Farrokh Sharifi for passing his PhD Qualifying Exam with flying colors.    
  August - Congratulations to Qing He for passing her PhD Qualifying Exam!    
    - Our summer interns presented their work at the University Research Symposium.    
  June - Congratulations to Farrokh Sharifi for being invited to deliver an oral presentation at the International Symposium on Vaccines Against Antigenically Variable Viruses on June 20. More    
    - Hashemi Lab welcomes NSF REU students Gabrielle Powell, Myra James, Norma Granados, and Eric Diaz.    
  May - Prof. Nastaran Hashemi is invited to deliver a presentation at the International Energy Technologies Conference, ENTECH '14 in Istanbul as a Keynote Speaker. More    
    - We welcome DOE SULI student Diamant Kurteshi and DOE CCI student Megan Winchell.    
    - Dr. Zhenhua Bai presents our research at the Midwest Postdoctoral Symposium at the University of Iowa College of Public Health on May 2. More    
  April - Hashemi Lab students presented their work at the University Honors Poster Presentation on April 30. More    
    - Iowa State University BEI presented Leading the Bioeconomy Graduate Fellowships to Qing He on April 22. More    
    - We provided hands-on research experience to 6-12th grade girls through the Taking the Road Less Traveled program on April 10 and 17.    
    - Catie Meis presented her talk on ionic electroactive polymer actuators at the Symposium on Undergraduate Research and Creative Expression on April 15. More    
    - Our recent work on Transient Materials and Electronics is featured on KCCI-8, Fox News, and NBC’s WHO-TV-13, as well as Science Daily, Phys.org and UPI, among many others. More    
    - Our collaborative research with Prof. Reza Montazami has been highlighted on Iowa State University website. More    
    - Our manuscript on “Study of Physically Transient Insulating Materials for Transient and Biocompatible Electronics” has just appeared in Advanced Functional Materials. More    
- Catie’s paper on "Investigation of Spray-Coated Silver-Microparticle Electrodes for Ionic Electroactive Polymer Actuators" is now available online in the Journal of Applied Physics. More
  January -  Qing He is among the BEI’s BRT program spring 2014 graduate fellows. More      
    - We welcome our new undergraduate researchers to the Hashemi lab. Welcome Elizabeth Wilson, Leah Fossum, Connor Haugen, Seth Baetzold, Zach Kooistra, Levi Nauman, Alissa Nelson, Aimee Pierce!      
    - "On-Chip Development of Hydrogel Microfibers from Squared to Ribbon-Shaped" has been just accepted to the the Journal of Materials Chemistry A. More      
             
    2013          
             
  December - Check out our latest article on MnF2 nanocrystals for upconverting luminescence in the Journal of Materials Chemistry C. More      
    - We welcome our new Ph.D. student, Qing He.      
  November - Prof. Nastaran Hashemi is invited as a Keynote Speaker to deliver a presentation at the ASME 2014 Joint US-European Fluids Engineering Division Summer Meeting and the International Conference on Nanochannels, Microchannels, and Minichannels. More      
    - Congratulations to Pouya Asrar for successfully defending his M.S. thesis. Well done, Pouya!      
  October - Check out our latest article on 3D paper-based microfluidics in Analytical Chemistry. More      
    - Congratulations to Qing He, our incoming Ph.D. student, for being selected to receive the Leading the Bioeconomy Graduate Fellowship.      
  August - Our recent publication "Miniaturized biological and electrochemical fuel cells: challenges and applications" is selected to feature on Renewable Energy Global Innovations as a key scientific article. Congratulations to Jie, Sasan, and Payton for their great work! More      
    - We welcome our new Ph.D. students, Farrokh Sharifi and Yangsu Xie.      
  July - We presented our work at the ASME 2013 International Conference on Energy Sustainability & Fuel Cell Science, Engineering and Technology Conference in Minneapolis, MN.      
    - Catie Meis has been selected to participate in the Department of Energy’s Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internships (SULI) program at the Ames National Laboratory for the 2013 Fall Term. Congratulations Catie!      
June - Three Hashemi Lab members presented their work at the SBC Annual Meeting in Sunriver, Oregon. Prof. Hashem chaired the Nanoparticles and Thermal Medicine session at the SBC2013.
  May - Hashemi Lab welcomes NSF REU student Janet Mendoza and DOE SULI student Jesse Johnson. Welcome Janet and Jesse!      
    - Welcome to our new lab members: Joshua Lackore, Yi Liu, and Chau Qun Tan!      
    - Congratulations to Catie for receiving Conference Travel Fund from The Senior Vice President and Provost and the Senior Vice President for Student Affairs!      
    - Our Honors students, Matthew Wilson, Flavia Cavalcanti, Patrick Kalgren, and Robert Nichols presented their work at the University Honors Poster Presentation on May 2. More      
  April - Hashemi Lab provided hands-on research experience to 6-12th grade girls through the Taking the Road Less Traveled program on April 11 and 18.      
    - We welcome Dr. Zhenhua Bai, our new postdoctoral associate to the lab.      
    - Brady Greer, Luke Wagner, and Catie Meis present their work at the Symposium on Undergraduate Research and Creative Expression on April 16.      
    - Congratulations to Catherine Meis for being awarded an Honors Summer Research Grant for Summer 2013!      
  March - Our optofluidics paper was in top ten in Biomicrofluidics for the second year. More      
    - Check out our latest paper in Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. More      
    - Prof. Hashemi gave an invited talk as Distinguished Faculty at the SELECTBIO Lab-on-a-Chip European Congress in Barcelona on March 5th. More      
    - Prof. Hashemi presented an invited seminar at the University Polithecnic of Catalonia in Spain on March 4th.      
  February - Prof. Hashemi is accepted to the American Society for Engineering Education virtual community of practice (VCP) program. More      
    - Hashemi invited to attend NAS symposium
Congratulations to Prof. Nastaran Hashemi on being invited by the National Academy of Sciences to participate in the Kavli Frontiers of Science. This is a highly competitive honor in which outstanding young scientists are brought together to discuss exciting advances and opportunities across disciplines. More  More
     
  January - We welcome our new undergraduate researchers to the lab. Welcome Catie, Flavia, Patrick, Matt, Angadbir, Robert, Erin, and Brady!      
             
    2012            
             
  December - We are invited to contribute a book chapter on “Microbial Fuel Cells in Microfluidics".      
  November - Our optofluidics paper is ranked the most read article in Biomicrofluidics. More      
- Our new paper in the area of renewable energy is published in the Open Journal of Applied Biosensor. More
    - Welcome to our new lab members, Sangwoo Ryu and Payton Goodrich!      
  October - Once again, our optofluidics paper is among the top 20 most downloaded articles. More      
    - Prof. Hashemi presented at the 2012 Biomedical Engineering Society Annual Meeting in Atlanta.      
    - Prof. Hashemi has been selected as an Editorial Board Member for the journal of Biosensors.      
  September - Deidre Sechi freshman in mechanical engineering, spent this past summer involved with the Summer Program for Enhancing Engineering Development (SPEED) program. More      
    - Check out our new article in Advances in Bioscience and Biotechnology. More      
    - We welcome our newest undergraduate students Marie Kuhlmann and Kyunghwan Oh. Welcome Marie and Kyunghwan!      
August - Assistant Professor and William March Scholar in Mechanical Engineering Nastaran Hashemi was invited by the Korea-US Science Cooperation Center to the UKC 2012 in Los Angeles, CA. More
      We welcome our new graduate student Zahra Poursharifi.      
  - Prof. Hashemi presented at the 244th American Chemical Society National Meeting on Materials for Health & Medicine.      
    - Hashemi Lab has moved to its new location in Black Engineering Building. Special thanks to our lab members Pouya Asrar, Luke Wagner, and Jie Yang for making this happen.      
  July - Jie Yang, Dao Yan Lim, Luke Wagner, and Deidre Sechi presented their current research at the First Annual Iowa NSF EPSCoR Meeting on July 31 on the University of Iowa campus.      
    - Research from Naval Research Laboratory Provide New Insights into Biomicrofluidics. More      
  June - Prof. Hashemi presented at the ASME SBC Annual Meeting. She chaired the BioMEMS and Microfluidics session at the SBC2012.      
    - We welcome our SPEED Research Track student Deidre Sechi. Welcome Deidre!      
  May - Hashemi Lab welcomes MoSAIc REU student Samuel Weiers. Welcome Sam!      
  April - Shayla Carlin, Robert Real, Luke Wagner, and Samuel Miller; our students from First-Year Honors Mentor Program; presented their work at the University Honors Poster Presentation on April 25.      
    - Nastaran Hashemi, William March Scholar in Mechanical Engineering, was chosen to receive the Naval Research Laboratory NRC/ASEE Research Publication Award for her paper “Optofluidic characterization of marine algae using a microflow cytometer.” More      
  March - Congratulations to Luke Wagner for being selected by the University Honors Committee to receive Honors Summer Research Grant Award for Summer 2012.      
    - Congratulations to Prof. Hashemi for being chosen to receive the NRC/ASEE Research Publication Award. The award was given at the NRL Alan Berman Research Publication and Edison Patent Awards Ceremony in Washington, DC on March 16, 2012. Prof. Hashemi and Prof. Montazami were invited to the ceremony as guests of the American Society for Engineering Education.      
  February - We welcome our newest ME undergraduate student Jie Yang. Welcome Jie!      
  January - ME/CS undergraduate student Alek Jerauld has just joined our lab. Welcome Alek!      
    - We welcome our first graduate student, Pouya Asrar. Welcome Pouya!      
    - Being the William March Scholar in Mechanical Engineering at Iowa State University is much more than just a prestigious title. More         
    - We welcome our Honors students Shayla Carlin, Robert Real, Luke Wagner, and Samuel Miller. Welcome to you all!      
             
    2011            
             
  December - Prof. Hashemi joins the Biotransport committee of the ASME 2012 Summer Bioengineering Conference.      
  November - Biomicrofluidics article hit the 20 most read articles published in Biomicrofluidics. More      
  October - ME undergraduate student Birutawit Zeleke has just joined our lab. Welcome Birutawit!      
  - A research article co-authored by Nastaran Hashemi, the William March Scholar in Mechanical Engineering, entitled "Optofluidic characterization of marine algae using a microflow cytometer" was one of the top 20 most read articles in Biomicrofluidics for the month of October. Nastaran wrote the article with Jeffrey S. Erickson, Joel P. Golden and Frances S. Ligler in September 2011. More
  September - Biomicrofluidics article was selected for the October 3, 2011 issue of Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science & Technology.       
    - Prof. Hashemi is the new William March Scholar in Mechanical Engineering. More      
    - Prof. Hashemi is now a Faculty Associate at the U.S. Department of Energy Ames Laboratory.      
  - We welcome our newest ME undergraduate student Benjamin Allen. Welcome Ben!
  August - Hashemi Lab welcomes our first ME undergraduate students Seth Lang and Dao Yan Lim. Welcome Seth and Dao!      
             
             

 
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