BioMEMS and microfluid components

The BioMEMS group is focused on MEMS and NEMS devices for biology/medicine, environmental monitoring or energy. The primary focus is on the development of devices that participate, control and continuously evaluate biochemicals, cells or biological processes in vitro or in vivo. The group has projects related to biochemical sensors, Lab-on-a-chip, concentrators, proteomics, RNomics, bioenergy, tissue engineering, microcultivation of cells, cell programming, sample collection and preparation, molecular monitoring of water and the environment, population based screening, process integration of genomics, sequencing, phage display, microarray and multiplex amplification and detection.

(Frank Karlsen)