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Uploaded on Nov 14, 2007

The Biodesign Institute at Arizona State University
Nanotechnology - Part 2 of 2
Nanoscale engineering can be a powerful tool for improving public health and quality of life. Working at the nanoscale with organic and inorganic materials (i.e., from DNA strands to gold nanowires), the Biodesign Institute's applications include improved diagnostic devices, medical implants such as continuous glucose monitoring for diabetics and improved solar power.
Panelists include: George Poste, DVM, Ph.D., Director, the Biodesign Institute; Subhash Mahajan, Ph.D., Director, School of Materials, Ira A. Fulton School of Engineering; David Guston, Ph.D., Director, Center for Nanotech in Society.
Guest interviews include: Joseph Wang, D.Sc. Director, Bioelectronics and Biosensors, the Biodesign Institute; Stuart Lindsay, Ph.D., Director, Single Molecule Biophysics.
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