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Our bioaerosol laboratory was started in August 2007 in the Department of Environmental Sciences, College of Environmental Sciences and Engineering, Peking University, in Beijing. Our laboratory applies physical (nanowire, electrostatic, microwave, plasma), chemical (ELISA, LAL,nZVI) and molecular (PCR, qPCR, DGGE, electrophorsis) techniques and tools to address challenges in bioaerosol capture, detection  and inactivation. Specificly, we are focusing on the following areas: (1)bioaerosol capture, detection, characterization, and generation; (2) development of new tools for bioaerosol field and their applications in bioaerosol exposure assessment and control; (3) environmental bioaerosol sensor development and its application in early infectious disease screening; (4) roles of bioaerosols in ecology and climate change.  
Our bioaerosol laboratory was started in August 2007 in the Department of Environmental Sciences, College of Environmental Sciences and Engineering, Peking University, in Beijing. Our laboratory applies physical (nanowire, electrostatic, microwave, plasma), chemical (ELISA, LAL,nZVI) and molecular (PCR, qPCR, DGGE, electrophorsis) techniques and tools to address challenges in bioaerosol capture, detection  and inactivation. Specificly, we are focusing on the following areas: (1)bioaerosol capture, detection, characterization, and generation; (2) development of new tools for bioaerosol field and their applications in bioaerosol exposure assessment and control; (3) environmental bioaerosol sensor development and its application in early infectious disease screening; (4) roles of bioaerosols in ecology and climate change.  

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Welcome to Bioaerosol Laboratory at Peking University (北京大学 生物气溶胶实验室)

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Our third bulletin was released Image:PKU-Bioaerosol-Laboratory-Bulletin-2014-4.pdf

Our second bulletin was released Image:PKU-Bioaerosol-Laboratory-Bulletin-2014-1.pdf

Our first bulletin just released! Image:PKU-Bioaerosol-Laboratory-Bulletin.pdf

PKU Bioaerosol Laboratory
PKU Bioaerosol Laboratory


Our bioaerosol laboratory was started in August 2007 in the Department of Environmental Sciences, College of Environmental Sciences and Engineering, Peking University, in Beijing. Our laboratory applies physical (nanowire, electrostatic, microwave, plasma), chemical (ELISA, LAL,nZVI) and molecular (PCR, qPCR, DGGE, electrophorsis) techniques and tools to address challenges in bioaerosol capture, detection and inactivation. Specificly, we are focusing on the following areas: (1)bioaerosol capture, detection, characterization, and generation; (2) development of new tools for bioaerosol field and their applications in bioaerosol exposure assessment and control; (3) environmental bioaerosol sensor development and its application in early infectious disease screening; (4) roles of bioaerosols in ecology and climate change.

We are working in highly inter-disciplinary and innovation-driven arena, providing broad opportunities for creative and ambitious minds.


We will never cease to work hard to succeed! --Maosheng Yao 01:12, 1 June 2011 (EDT)
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