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P4.01 - Lithium Niobate Based Piezoelectric Transducer 
April 8, 2015   8:00am - 8:15am

Over the last several decades, the community of nanomaterial chemists have developed exquisite methods for creating gold nanostructures with controlled size, shape, and crystal form. As we move into the 21st century - "The Century of Biology" - biological applications of gold nanostructures abound, from chemical sensing to biological imaging to photothermal therapy. In this talk I will discuss some details in all these areas, and then show that the presence of gold nanoparticles in the extracellular matrix surrounding cells can lead to unanticipated effects; these effects could be used for good, if understood.

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