About biointerface.org Project
biointerface.org is an interdisciplinary educational resource focused on biointerface science: the biology, chemistry, and physics of biomolecules interacting with surfaces.
The project started off-line as a collection of research notes, books, review papers, and other materials about biointerfaces and related fields in biology, nanoscience, and surface analysis. A growing collection of resources is now presented online, to provide a basic introduction to biointerface science. This website is particularly targeted at students and postdocs who have a background in physical sciences and who are interested in biointerfaces, biomaterials, biomimetics, nanobiotechnology, or bionanotechnology.
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Credits and Acknowledgements
This website relies on many free resources, which are gratefully acknowledged here:
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Key collaborators on research projects described on this website include Aric Opdahl, Hiromi Kimura-Suda, Lloyd Whitman, Thomas Clark, and Franz Himpsel. Other collaborators are listed on the respective publications.
Copyright and Disclosures
The content of this website is developed and owned by Dmitri Petrovykh. Opinions expressed on this website are neither controlled nor endorsed by Dmitri's former or current employers.
Some of the research highlighted on this website is derived from the past and ongoing projects in which Dr. Petrovykh was/is an active participant, research publications are cited where appropriate and available.
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