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Lim Research Group
Biologically Inspired Engineering | Department of Biosystems Engineering | Kangwon National University | South KOREA
Lim biorobotics group can be regarded as the interface cellular physical sciences and biosystems engineering while also inherently integrating biological engineering.
We are targeted at developing and applying bioprocess analysis, fluidic, bio/nano, and biomechatronics technologies to address subtle questions in biological and biomaterials engineering. State-of-the-art advanced toolkits allow us to gather large-scale quantitative data about complex systems and apply it to the study of fundamental biological nanoplatforms or nanobiosensing.
Alternatively, unique phenomena at the micro and nano length scale-like enhanced surface influences and transport phenomena could be exploited in designing novel techniques and devices.
There are lots of opportunities (you) for engineering toolkits with a solid understanding of the engineering basis of the life processes, and of the biophysics and bioengineering underpinning the new generation of bio-instrumentation.
Bioprinting, Biomaterials, Regenerative Medicine,
Three-dimensional printing, Functional nanoparticles
Bioreactors, Lab-on-a chip, Single-cell analysis, Disposable sensor channel platforms
Nanorobotics in Human Health
Triggering ON/OFF biological clock, Regulating cell-cycles, Controlling tissue regeneration
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3D Perfusion Bioreactor System
Cell Image Processing
Noninvasive Cell Metabolism
Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields
Magnetic Field Stimulation
Fluid Shear Stress in Rocking Method
Calcium Phosphate Bioceramics
Uniform Culture Environment
Neural Network Algorithm
THE NEXT BIG THING
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