Bio-Mems & Microsystems

The Bio-MEMS and Microsystems Research Group at Florida International University (FIU) is involved in diverse multi and  interdisciplinary research, with interests ranging from Sensors for Harsh Oceanic Environments to Cancer Research and Microneedles. Current research work involves interdisciplinary research on micro- and nano-scale Physical and Biological Sensors, microfluidics, materials, and also integrates current research work in integrated-circuits, bio, and polymer technologies

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    Bio Sensors

    Bio Sensors

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    Lab on a Chip

    Working on new ways to integrate technology into chips.

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    Nano Materials

    Nano materials are used in a variety of, manufacturing processes, products and healthcare including paints, filters, insulation and lubricant additives

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    Patent to help Lymphedema patients

  • Featured News

    Apr 01
    If Wounds Could Talk

    Medical technology has made inroads in collecting data about health status that were considered impossible just a few… Learn more

    Jun 07
    Wearable sensor helps people keep tabs on drinking

    Electrical engineers are creating a wearable sensor to help people manage their alcohol intake. Activity trackers monitor your… Learn more

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    Recent Activities

    Jul 08
    Patent to improve lives of Lymphedema patients

    From FIU News Story By Dominique Kent Medical issues such as lymphedema, edema and lymphatic obstruction are painful and difficult… Read more

    Aug 01
    Toxicity assessment of wearable wound sensor constituents on keratinocytes

    Link This research reports on the cytotoxicity of materials present in a wound biosensor on human keratinocytes (HaCaT)… Read more

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