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Cara Broshkevitch with her model. Cara's prject is Molecular dynamics simulation of nanoscale membrane organization to understand influenza virus binding

Suhaib Abu Radwan working in the lab with his advisor

Alex Mack working on characterization of sorted human urine EV samples

Shelby Cuthriell taking X-Ray diffraction spectra

Victoria Stagnaro working on using dielectrophoresis to track phenotipic changes in C. difficile after co-culture with bacteria that make up the microbiome.

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The Institute for Nanoscale and Quantum Scientific and Technological Advanced Research (nanoSTAR) encourages, facilitates, and supports collaborative research, education, and commercialization in the key areas of electronics, biomedicine, and energy and the environment through partnerships with academia, industry, and national laboratories.