Wednesday, February 8 2017

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Two-dimensional nanomaterials with outstanding electrical properties offer a pathway to new opportunities in nanoelectronic interrogation of biosystems. My talk will focus on two graphene-enabled techniques I developed for bioprobing. The first topic is a methodology for scalable production of high-yield (>90%) nanotransistor-based biosensors for detection of various targets (nucleic acid oligomers, proteinaceous antigens, neuropeptides, or small molecule drugs) with high sensitivity (nM – fM) and specificity at low cost (<$2/test).