Joshua B. Edel mainly focuses on Nanotechnology, Microfluidics, Nanopore, Biophysics and Nanoparticle. His Nanotechnology study focuses on Nanofiber in particular. The concepts of his Microfluidics study are interwoven with issues in High-throughput screening and Miniaturization.
His research integrates issues of Protein structure, Detection limit, Analytical chemistry and Optical tweezers in his study of Nanopore. His Biophysics research includes themes of Equilibrium unfolding, Fluorescence, Fluorescence spectrometry and Biomolecule, Biochemistry. His Nanoparticle research incorporates elements of Self-assembly, Cadmium sulfide and Plasmon.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Nanotechnology, Nanopore, Microfluidics, Optoelectronics and Analytical chemistry. Joshua B. Edel combines subjects such as Analyte and Plasmon with his study of Nanotechnology. His studies in Nanopore integrate themes in fields like Ionic bonding, Biophysics, Membrane and Electrode.
The Droplet-based microfluidics research he does as part of his general Microfluidics study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Throughput, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. Joshua B. Edel has included themes like Volumetric flow rate and Fluorescence in his Analytical chemistry study. His Nanoparticle research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Self-assembly, Electrolyte and Metamaterial.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Nanotechnology, Nanopore, Optoelectronics, Plasmon and Biophysics. As a part of the same scientific family, Joshua B. Edel mostly works in the field of Nanotechnology, focusing on DNA and, on occasion, Förster resonance energy transfer and Microfluidics. His Nanopore research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Transistor, Analyte, Temporal resolution and Aptamer.
His study looks at the relationship between Optoelectronics and topics such as Electrode, which overlap with Molecular physics and Polarizability. His study on Plasmon also encompasses disciplines like
His primary scientific interests are in Nanotechnology, Nanopore, Biomolecule, Analyte and Plasmon. His Nanotechnology study often links to related topics such as Raman spectroscopy. His Nanopore study incorporates themes from Nanoscopic scale, Aptamer and DNA.
He interconnects Orders of magnitude, Temporal resolution and Graphene in the investigation of issues within Biomolecule. His work deals with themes such as Ligand binding assay, Fluorescence, Small molecule, Molecular beacon and A-DNA, which intersect with Analyte. He has researched Plasmon in several fields, including Label free, Electrolyte, Quantum tunnelling and Plasmon coupling.
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Microdroplets: A sea of applications?
Ansgar Huebner;Sanjiv Sharma;Monpichar Srisa-Art;Florian Hollfelder.
Lab on a Chip (2008)
Pillar-induced droplet merging in microfluidic circuits
Xize Niu;Shelly Gulati;Joshua B. Edel;Andrew J. deMello.
Lab on a Chip (2008)
Single molecule sensing with solid-state nanopores: novel materials, methods, and applications
Benjamin N. Miles;Aleksandar P. Ivanov;Kerry A. Wilson;Fatma Doğan.
Chemical Society Reviews (2013)
Quantitative detection of protein expression in single cells using droplet microfluidics.
A. Huebner;M. Srisa-Art;D. Holt;C. Abell.
Chemical Communications (2007)
Microfluidic routes to the controlled production of nanoparticles
Joshua B. Edel;Robin Fortt;John C. deMello;Andrew J. deMello.
Chemical Communications (2002)
Self-assembled nanoparticle arrays for multiphase trace analyte detection
Michael P. Cecchini;Vladimir A. Turek;Jack Paget;Alexei A. Kornyshev.
Nature Materials (2013)
DNA Tunneling Detector Embedded in a Nanopore
Aleksandar P. Ivanov;Emanuele Instuli;Catriona M. McGilvery;Geoff Baldwin.
Nano Letters (2011)
Micro- and nanofluidic systems for high-throughput biological screening.
Jongin Hong;Joshua B. Edel;Andrew J. deMello.
Drug Discovery Today (2009)
Development of quantitative cell-based enzyme assays in microdroplets.
Ansgar Huebner;Luis F. Olguin;Daniel Bratton;Graeme Whyte.
Analytical Chemistry (2008)
A microdroplet dilutor for high-throughput screening.
Xize Niu;Fabrice Gielen;Joshua B. Edel;Andrew J. deMello;Andrew J. deMello.
Nature Chemistry (2011)
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