Our article, entitled "Challenges in Engineering Conductive Protein Fibers: Disentangling the Knowledge" will be published in The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering as part of a special issue on Emerging Leaders in Chemical Engineering and Science. The article reviews the challenges, limitations and future possibilities for engineering conductive protein materials. It also emphasizes the effects of various experimental parameters on the characterization of these biological conductors, and the need for standardized methods and collaborations to strengthen this emerging research field.
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Angie submitted her final MSc thesis and completed her degree! Congratulations!
Our latest review article was published in the journal Nanoscale, as part of the special collection "Nanoscale Journal's Emerging Investigators 2023". Congratulations to all co-authors from our group
Julia will work on projects related to bioelectronics, and will apply our knowledge in biotechnology to enhance some of our processes. Welcome, Julia!
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