Bioelectronic interfaces

Our lives, health, and public safety are increasingly dependent on our interactions with devices, sensors, and other man-made objects.  We are working on developing new concepts for efficient bi-directional sensors, pumps, and interfaces between living and artificial systems with the focus on integration of electronic circuits with chemical and electrical signaling in biological systems. To build these structures at the scale commensurate with biomolecule dimensions we use hierarchical assembly of biological, nanoelectronics, and nanofluidics components. Currently we focus on developing 1D lipid bilayer devices that incorporate natural and artificial pores and demonstrating their integration with live cells and cell cultures.

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