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SMASh- a method for tunable, reversible drug control of protein production

Researchers in Dr. Michael Lin’s lab have developed an effective method to tune protein expression levels using clinically approved small molecule drugs. There is a need in biotechnology for a robust method to rapidly shut off the production of specifi...
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Optimization of Image Sensor Pixels

The efficient collection of incident photons (optical efficiency) and their conversion to measurable charge (quantum efficiency) are of critical importance to the performance of image sensors. We propose a method to increase the optical efficiency of imag...
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