Almquist Lab

Nanotechnology-Enabled Biology & Tissue Engineering

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We are a highly interdisciplinary lab in the Department of Bioengineering at Imperial College London. In general, we focus on studying and manipulating biological processes through the use of enabling nanotechnologies and materials. For instance, we are interested in how to design dynamic biomaterials that can actively modulate the process of tissue repair. In addition, we are interested in using nanotechnology-based approaches for understanding fundamental biological networks, with our interests ranging from cell signalling pathways to neural networks.

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Postdoctoral Fellowship Success
Grant Funding | 26 March
Congratulations to Nuria on receiving a TECHNIOspring Plus postdoctoral fellowship, which is part of the Horizon 2020 Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions!
EPSRC Grant Success
Grant Funding | 23 March
We have been awarded, in collaboration with the Imperial Bioengineering groups of Prof Boutelle, Prof Stevens, Dr Guder, and Dr Green, an EPSRC strategic equipment grant for a new 'Bionanofabrication Suite' that will be housed at our new building in White City!
EPSRC Grant Success
Grant Funding | 10 December
We have been awarded an EPSRC 'Blue Skies' research grant to pursue a revolutionary new approach to healing bones with DNA nanotechnology!

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Royal School of Mines, Imperial College London, London SW7 2AZ
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