Recently, Professor Sahika Inal’s article about sensor design of a DNA based cantilever was featured in Nature Biomedical Engineering Journal.
Power grids have become far more complex in recent decades due to energy demands, environmental regulations and small-scale renewable energy systems that turn businesses and individuals into combined consumer-producers. One way to ensure that power supplies remain resilient is to create small groups of sources and loads called microgrids.
Imagine going for an operation to replace your diseased trachea — the surgeons have a small printer in the operating theater and, using your own previously harvested cells, they print you a new windpipe and transplant it directly into your body.
Read Professor Takashi Gojobori’s interview with Duncan Wright for the February issue of FEBS Open Bio. The interview provides the reader an insight into his research interests, research work and publications.