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Specificity, Sensitivity, and Speed: Nanotech in Disease Detection
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Dr. Evangelyn Alocilja is finalist for the 2017 Manufacturing Leaders Award
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Research Spotlight: Validation of Gold Nanoparticle DNA-based Biosensors
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Special Issue: "Biosensors and Diagnostic Assays for Rapid Detection of Global Infectious Diseases and Antimicrobial Resistance"
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Dr. Alocilja received the 2016 Undergraduate Mentor of the Year Award from Michigan State University.
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Dr. Alocilja developing nanoparticle-based biosensors for rapid detection of infectious diseases.
Dr. Alocilja's anti-counterfeiting technology is featured in the Science of Innovation Program.
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TEDMED Talk by Dr. Evangelyn Alocilja
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A scanning electron  microscope image of E. coli O157:H7 bacteria captured on the surface of a biosensor chip. Credit: Evangelyn Alocilja laboratory
A new company formed around Michigan State University nanotechnology promises to move speedy detection of deadly pathogens and toxins from the laboratory directly to the field.
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"Food Safety News - Breaking news for everyone's consumption."
In an ideal world, perhaps all of our food would be screened for pathogens before we consume it. But in reality, such testing is expensive and time-consuming for companies.
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