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Close to the Mark


  • physics engineering biology
  • graduate program physics engineering biology
  • Nanobiology


Coherent excitations (theoretical physics)

What are non-thermal electric biological effects?

Weak, strong, and coherent regimes of Fröhlich condensation and their applications to terahertz medicine and quantum consciousness

A smart dust biosensor powered by kinesin motors

A synthetic mammalian electro-genetic transcription circuit

Continuous base identification for single-molecule nanopore DNA sequencing

A membrane interferometer

Using movies to analyse gene circuit dynamics in single cells

Flexible electrical recording from cells using nanowire transistor arrays

An electric current spike linked to nanoscale plasticity

Controlled Propulsion of Artificial Magnetic Nanostructured Propellers

Charge Conduction Properties of a Parallel-Stranded DNA G-Quadruplex: Implications for Chromosomal Oxidative Damage

Excitable media

Nanoelectromechanical systems: Mass spec goes nanomechanical

Mesoscopic atomic entanglement for precision measurements beyond the standard quantum limit

Quantum engineering: Squeezing entanglement

Quantum mechanics: Entanglement goes mechanical

Directed Hybridization and Melting of DNA Linkers using Counterion-Screened Electric Fields

Single-nucleotide discrimination in immobilized DNA oligonucleotides with a biological nanopore

Detection of circular polarization in light scattered from photosynthetic microbes

Quantifying Electric Field Gradient Fluctuations over Polymers Using Ultrasensitive Cantilevers

Turning Charge Transfer On and Off in a Molecular Interferometer with Vibronic Pathways

Localised heating of tumours utilising injectable magnetic nanoparticles for hyperthermia cancer therapy

Reciprocal DNA Nanomechanical Devices Controlled by the Same Set Strands

Entangled mechanical oscillators

Quantum coherence

Deterministic quantum teleportation of atomic qubits

Experimental entanglement of four particles

Sequence dependence of the curvature of DNA: a test of the phasing hypothesis

Partial sequencing of a single DNA molecule with a scanning tunnelling microscope

Effects of radio frequency magnetic fields on iron release from cage proteins

Teaching cells to dance: the impact of transistor miniaturization on the manipulation of populations of living cells

A CMOS chip for individual cell manipulation and detection

Impedance based biosensor array for monitoring mammalian cell behavior

Capacitive sensor array for localization of bioparticles in CMOS lab-on-a-chip

Wireless Acoustic Emission Sensor Network for Structural Monitoring

Some quantum weirdness in physiology

Water-mediated signal multiplication with Y-shaped carbon nanotubes

Rapid Sequencing of Individual DNA Molecules in Graphene Nanogaps

Magneto-Optical Biosensing Platform Based on Light Scattering from Self-Assembled Chains of Functionalized Rotating Magnetic Beads

Electronic Signatures of all Four DNA Nucleosides in a Tunneling Gap

Vibrational Characteristics of Genetic Codons

In-cell recordings by extracellular microelectrodes

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