Biomod/2014/NYU

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WELCOME TO THE MAJESTIC PAGE OF BELLEROPHON

  • Objective
    • To create an oligonucleotide based transistor array with oligos functionalized on a conductive slide.
  • Why?
    • This is useful for creating faster computers and medical diagnostic tools. It would really help scale down the current tools in use. Furthermore it can be applied to anything that needs a transistor, so therefore it's awesome!
Here's a neat picture of a transistor for you


  • How?
    • We're getting there.

Team

"We solemnly swear we are up to no good"
  • Mentor: Ursula
    • Students Undergraduate
      • John (Kip) Daly
      • Tanzila Rahman
    • Students High School
      • Edward Huang
      • Paulina Babiak





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