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IGERT: Flexible Electronics For Biological and Life Science Applications (FlexEBio)

Cornell University - Endowed

Abstract

The FlexEBio Integrative Graduate Education and Research Traineeship (IGERT) award supports a multi-disciplinary, multi-institutional science and engineering doctoral program for biodevice development in flexible electronics. Three core institutions (Cornell University, Binghamton University, and the University of Albany/Wadsworth Center) work with key partners in US academia (Clark Atlanta… more »

Contributions[?]

Project members' contributions to the library and showcase are listed here.
Title Category Type Posted At
Antibody Catalyzed Water Oxidation Pathway Biosensor NSF IGERT 2013 Video & Poster Competition Video & Poster 05/20/13
Microdevices to Advance High-Throughput Drug Testing Showcase Highlight 12/18/12
Two-Dimensional Supported Bilayer Extractor Showcase Highlight 12/18/12
Detecting that goo on your teeth in the morning NSF IGERT 2012 Video & Poster Competition Video & Poster 05/21/12
Trainees participate in Flexible Electronics Symposium Showcase Achievement 10/24/11
Re-establishing lost function to paralysis patients Showcase Achievement 10/24/11
Bioelectronic Technology Development lab course Showcase Achievement 10/24/11
Courses enable students to design flexible biosensors Showcase Achievement 10/24/11
Electrochemical sensors on SOI substrate Showcase Achievement 10/24/11
Simulation of microfluidic impingement on biofilms Showcase Achievement 10/24/11