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Please join us for a seminar by Professor Thomas Cronin, from the Department of Biological Sciences at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. Professor Cronin will speak about his research on optical and photonic nanostructures in mantis shrimps.
Dr. James J. Sumner (ARL) will discuss how bioelectrochemistry at ARL, in collaboration with UCSB and the ICB, has diversified by launching from biological fuel cells and biosensors to a broad set of future applications.
Professor Douglas Lauffenburger (MIT) will be giving the inaugural Mellichamp lecture in Bioengineering and Systems Biology: In Vivo Systems Biology: Multi-Scale, Multi-Variate Analysis of Inflammatory Pathologies
Dr. Joshua Orlicki from the U.S. Army Research Laboratory will highlight two programs of differing maturities, representing both established and emerging approaches to multi-functional materials development.
The Institute for Collaborative Biotechnologies Celebrates its 10th Year Anniversary!