Samuel presents at Virtual BDC Seminar

Samuel presented his most significant challenges and recent advancements on Microfluidic platforms for intercellular communication studies in live Escherichia coli cells.

His work aims to reduce the number of inputs/outputs and information processed by a single species by implementing photolithography-based Microfluidic devices that enable novel intercellular signaling among bacterial species.

3 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

Diana passes BME qualifying exam

New PhD student Diana Arguijo has passed her qualifying exam for the biomedical engineering department at BU! We are looking forward to having Diana get started in the group. Learn more about Diana he