PROF, AST -
In this project, the student will use two different printing techniques, namely droplets printing and liquid-in-liquid printing approaches to print cohesive material with cooperating compartments. The materials that will be used are surfactants, lipids that are functionalized with membrane proteins. The rapid electrical communication along a specific path will be tested. Students from engineering, chemistry, biological sciences, pharmaceutical sciences, and medical schools are encouraged to apply.
Feb 3, 2022
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