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Welcome to the Lindsay Lab
Our research is focused on: Single Molecule Biophysics, Molecular Electronics and Condensed Matter Physics.
The Lindsay Lab at Arizona State University carries out research in biological physics. We are developing new method for single-molecule DNA sequencing. We are interested in how genes work, and would like to study the way in which proteins change DNA structure to switch genes on and off. We are also interested in the chemistry and physics of the liquid-solid interface, and are trying to understand electrochemical and charge transfer processes at the single-molecule level. To carry out our experiments, we work at building specialized scanning probe microscopes in collaboration with our industry partner, Molecular Imaging Corporation (Now Agilent).
- The Biodesign Institute at Arizona State University
- Department of Physics
- Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
- Our Molecular Visualization Service (test site)
- Darwinian Nanoscience Leiden 01/31/07
- Interfacing Molecules to Electronic Materials (AAAS Washington DC) (2/18/05)
- Is there more to life than physics? (4/27/04)