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We develop measurement science, technology, and standards to ensure the reliability of engineered materials in biological environments. We emphasize new measurement techniques to characterize the nanoscale to microscale structure and properties at interface between engineered materials and the biological environment.
Whole Cell Tomography—Our goal is to develop novel correlative microscopy approaches for locating and characterizing engineered metal nanoparticles within complex cellular environments. This metrology will provide …
Resonating Platforms for Nanomaterial Analysis—Our goal is to develop quartz crystal microbalance (QCM) instrumentation and advanced oscillators with enhanced sensitivity to address characterization of …
Nanotechnology for Sustainable Water and Energy—Objective We synthesize and characterize catalytic nanoparticles and nanoparticle-enhanced membranes for more efficient water treatment and alternative energy technologies. We systematically alter …
Medical Device Reliability—The growing sophistication of electronic medical devices results in two broad benefits for both individuals and society: improved survivability in the face of disease or injury and greatly enhanced …
Instrumented Bioreactors—Our goal is to develop novel bioreactors that combine mechanical stimulation with integrated sensing to enable real-time optimization of the durability, permeability, and transport properties of …
Applied Chemicals and Materials Division
Materials for Biological Environments Group
Timothy Quinn, Group Leader
325 Broadway, MS 647.08
Boulder, CO 80305-3328