Research

Biomaterials Research Group

Our current research focuses on carbon nanotubes nanofluidics that exploit strong molecular confinement and slippery inner walls of carbon nanotubes to create channels that mimic the biological protein structural paradigm and yet display superior transport efficiency. We are also exploring the use of these channels as versatile bidirectional biointerface elements. Our group also has a unique capability to visualize real-time dynamics of molecular assemblies at the nanometer scale using high-speed atomic force microscopy (HS-AFM).

Research Areas

Carbon Nanofluidics

Bionanoelectronics

High-speed in-situ atomic force microscopy of biological processes

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