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June 17th, 2004

Johnson & Johnson gives $180,000 to UB

Abstract:
Johnson & Johnson, through its Focused Giving Program, has committed $180,000 to UB to develop a biologically inspired smart sensor system (BIS3) that would have potential applications in medical and industrial situations, and that could enhance U.S. military efforts to improve homeland security. The proposed system in the UB study integrates the specificity of immunological selection, nanotechnology, fiber optics and electro-flexible polymeric membranes as a prototype for the detection of targeted biologics.

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UB Reporter

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