UGA faculty of engineering researchers awarded $1 million NSF grant to develop nanoscale biosensors

lated problems," said Zhang.

The project, formally titled "Enhancing the Sensitivity and Stability of Biosensors by Novel Nanostructures," is part of the NSF Program NIRT, Nanoscale Interdisciplinary Research Team. The program is designed to harness the potential of this emerging field by encouraging interdisciplinary research and cooperation to solve pressing problems. The UGA team relies on a convergence of expertise from physics, engineering and nanotechnology.

The award became effective on August 15, 2003, and will have a duration of 48 months.


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