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    Equipment: Researchers control individual molecules for precision sensing
    Submitted by J.W. Bizzaro; posted on Wednesday, June 21, 2023


    Researchers at the Laboratory of Nanoscale Biology in the School of Engineering at EPFL have made significant strides in enhancing nanopore technology. The team, led by Aleksandra Radenovic, has combined the sensitivity of nanopores with the precision of scanning ion conductance microscopy (SICM), enabling them to target specific molecules and locations and control their movement speed. This control could help fill a significant gap in the field. The team achieved this by using a repurposed state-of-the-art scanning ion conductance microscope, recently developed at the Lab for Bio- and Nano-Instrumentation.

    The new approach has been published in Nature Nanotechnology (subscription).

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