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Bio Device

Biotechnology is one of the fastest growing research in recent years. This is because of the increased interest in 'healthy life' as well as human life expectancy. Our laboratory covers 'Nano-Biomedical Device' technology that combines nanotechnology, biotechnology and engineering. It is an important area to develop current medical technology by preventing diseases and developing treatments in new ways.

In order for nanotechnology to be used in the medical field, it is important to make smart devices. This technique should be able to detect the target and signal the cell. Furthermore, it should be a 'closed-loop' therapeutic device that can cure or treat disease or recognize the result of therapy. Our laboratory focuses on the production of next-generation nano-biomedical devices. Using this current-body relationship, we are developing nano-biomedical devices for wound healing and cell signal sensing. We are interested in the health care industry, which will benefit human health.

Related Journals

Bioinspired Polydopamine-Based Resistive-Switching Memory on Cotton Fabric for Wearable Neuromorphic Device Applications [Link]

  • Author : Hagyoul Bae,† Daewon Kim,† Myungsoo Seo, Ik Kyeong Jin, Seung-Bae Jeon, Hye Moon Lee, Soo-Ho Jung, Byung Chul Jang, Gyeongho Son, Kyoungsik Yu, Sung-Yool Choi, and Yang-Kyu Choi*
    †These authors equally contributed to this work.
  • Journal : Advanced Materials Technologies
  • Published Date : 2019-05
  • Volume / Issue / Page : 4 / 8 / 1900151

Conducting polymer nanocomposite based temperature sensors: A review [Link]

  • Author : Ramachandrappa Megha, Farida Ashraf Ali, Yaled Thippeswamy Ravikiran*, Challa Veera Venkata Ramana, Althurthi Bharani Venkata Kiran Kumar*, Dilip Kumar Mishra, Sanikere Channappa Vijayakumari, and Daewon Kim*
  • Journal : Inorganic Chemistry Communications
  • Published Date : 2018-12
  • Volume / Issue / Page : 98 / - / 11-28

A Superamphiphobic Sponge with Mechanical Durability and a Self-Cleaning Effect [Link]

  • Author : Daewon Kim, Hwon Im, Moo Jin Kwak, Eunkyoung Byun, Sung Gap Im*, and Yang-Kyu Choi*
  • Journal : Scientific Reports
  • Published Date : 2016-07
  • Volume / Issue / Page : 6 / - / 29993