Charge transfer and biological inspiration

We take ideas from Nature and employ them as a means for controlling the dynamics of charge transfer.

Dynamic biosensing

We explore the dynamics of fluorescence staining as an unprecedented source of information about the phenotype of microorganisms. 


Print-and-peel (PAP) fabrication techniques, developed in our lab, allow for facile and expedient prototyping of microdevices, providing venues for broadening the accessibility to microfluidics technology.

Biofunctional interfaces 

We use multistep surface-chemistry procedure, along with enzymatic kinetics, to ensure the preservation of the structural and functional integrity of globular proteins when covalently attached to surfaces.