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*Team Name: The Kinesin Kings
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*Institution: Columbia University
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*Geographic Location: New York, NY, United States
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*Faculty Mentor: Henry Hess
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*Graduate/Postdoc Mentor: Ofer Idan
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*Students:
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**Megan Armstrong
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**Ruchir Khaitan
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**Hari Raman
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**Veronica Reynolds
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**Elyse Shapiro
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Kinesin Kings Test

Welcome to the Kinesin Kings Wiki!

Hello! We are the Kinesin Kings from Columbia University. This past summer we designed a micro-mesh of microtubules by utilizing the unique electrostatic interaction between microtubules and the polymer poly-L-lysine. This micro-mesh is the first of its kind. Our project has potential to be useful in biosensing (lab-on-a-chip) and physical filtration systems.

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