The Bioplasmonics Group @ Michigan focuses on advancing innovations in nanoscale-dependent properties to enable unique spatial and temporal capabilities needed for quantification in biology and medicine. We work at the interface between life science, physical science and engineering, drawing from a combination of bottom-up and top-down nanofabrication approaches, to design and develop smart biophotonic technologies to uncover biological complexities in development and in cancer. (more)
Katarina Subotic & Zachary Burns receive summer NSF REU. Congrats!
Join us at SPIE Photonics West BiOS.
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