Biotechnology

Bionanotechnology lies at the interface of recent advances in nanoscale science and technology and biotechnology. The biological, biomedical and medical applications of nanotechnology are some of the most promising, exciting and potentially most rewarding. Sensing and therapeutics using tolls from micro- and nanotechnology, the use of nanoscale drug delivery devices for targeted therapy, micro- and nano-structured surfaces and tissue engineering, development of artificial organs and devices using micro-nano fabrication and scaffolding techniques, bio-mimetic surfaces and materials, miniature drug screening and discovery, etc., are only some of the possibilities. The Bionanotechnology research core is a primary link between the Bindley Bioscience Center and the Birck Nanotechnology Center.

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Email: nnikolai@purdue.edu

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