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August 26th, 2003

UGA awarded $1M NSF grant to develop nanoscale biosensors

Abstract:
The National Science Foundation has awarded $1 million to a team of University of Georgia researchers to study and develop 3-D nanoscale structures to address problems in biosensing. The increasing demand and interest in developing implantable glucose sensors for treating diabetes has led to notable progress in this area and the team plans to refine key issues of long-term calibration and other aging effects on the sensors.

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