Revolutionary

We are developing biologically-inspired nano/microscale robotic systems for minimally invasive surgery and particulate drug delivery as well as solid-state nanopore systems for single molecule/virus analysis.

A Bold Mission

Our mission is to develop nanorobotics and nanopore technology that have the potential to drastically change the way we look at nanomedicine. We can apply our technologies towards the diagnosis of many different diseases.

Finding Nano

The Biological Actuation, Sensing, & Transport Laboratory is an interdisciplinary experimental research group working on three core subject areas: small-scale robotics, transport phenomena, and single molecule biophysics. Our mission is to develop nanorobotics and nanopore technology that have the potential to drastically change the way we look at nanomedicine. We can apply our technologies towards targeted drug delivery, diagnosis of cancers and viruses, and next generation DNA sequencing.

Nanopore Technology

Robotic Microswimmers

Nature-Inspired Robotic Systems

PI MinJun Kim

Nanopore Force Spectroscopy

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