This bioengineering laboratory works at the interface of nanomaterials, biophysics, engineering, and biology in the efforts to develop novel bionanotechnologies and biosensors, and to study cell biology using integrative and interdisciplinary approaches. We believe that such interdisciplinary fusion brings unprecedented opportunities and new tools to spy on the complex biological systems at single cell or even single molecule level.

This interdisciplinary laboratory also works actively and extensively on graphene and carbon nanotubes. We are particularly interested in the novel applications of these nanocarbon materials in biomedicine, nanoelectronics and flexible electronics, energy devices, etc.

School of Chemical & Biomedical Engineering  
Division of Bioengineering