Bioplasmonics Group

Professor Somin Eunice Lee

Smart Biotechnologies   for Quantitative Bioscience & Medicine

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)

Nanoscience, Biomedical, Nanobio, Bionano, Biosensing, Somin Lee

Recent News

Katarina Subotic & Zachary Burns receive summer NSF REU. Congrats!

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