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Nanotopographical (and other nano stuff) control of mesenchymal stem cell mechanotransduction and fate

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The talk will review how cells, specifically mesenchymal stem cells, can exploit nanoscale information to control growth and differentiation. How cells perceive nanoscale information metabolically and genomically will be considered. The talk will also cover aspects of dynamic substrates to gain temporal control of stem cells and use of nano fibrous hydrogels to identify potential biological molecule mediators of stem cell differentiation.

This talk is part of the Engineering Department Bio- and Micromechanics Seminars series.

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