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Cell-based Sensors Research Featured in The Scientist

Cell-based Sensors Research Featured in The Scientist

The life sciences magazine, The Scientist, recently ran a story on new "cell-based sensors-on-a-chip" technology being developed by three A. James Clark School of Engineering faculty members.

Associate Professors Pamela Abshire (ECE/ISR), Elisabeth Smela (ME/ECE), and Benjamin Shapiro (AE/ISR) spoke to The Scientist's reporter about collaborating across engineering disciplines as they create new sensors that take advantage of the sensory capabilities of biological cells.

Read the story at The Scientist's website.

July 9, 2009


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