[Illinois] CPLC Seminar Series: Living Cell Studies Assisted by Nanoengineering Surfaces
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Being aware of the grand challenges of 21st century we are facing in the United States and the whole world such as cancer diagnostics and therapy, agricultural and water sustainability, and affordable health care for more people, I worked tirelessly to foster innovative research projects in my lab to directly respond to these challenges with the immediate and long-term scientific, technology and societal impacts. The three closely related thrusts of my research are 1) Nano-Bio hybrid photonic devices, 2) Green microfluidic environmental sensors, and 3) Mobile digital health biochips. Due to the unique nature of my research in ECE department, I have been very active in reaching out to many Illinois colleagues from different disciplines including chemistry, physics, environmental science, agricultural and food engineering, molecular and cell biology. By participating in many campus-wide research alliances, I have contributed to a few center-scale federal grant applications and my research group has created many novel works through the multidisciplinary collaborations." -From Professor Liu's faculty profile.
Researchers should cite this work as follows:
Logan Liu (2012), "[Illinois] CPLC Seminar Series: Living Cell Studies Assisted by Nanoengineering Surfaces," http://nanohub.org/resources/15993.