We are exploring new approaches to build complex DNA circuits by using
automatic microfluidic hardware and array-based DNA synthesis technology.
We are exploring new and non-traditional ways to use commercial nanopore sequencing machines for DNA sequencing and molecular sensing.
We are developing methods for reliable and efficient encoding, random access,
and decoding of digital data stored in DNA. We are also developing a fully
automated whole system architecture.
We are working on
software to make
microfluidics cheaper, more reliable, and easier to use.
We are exploring the intersection of DNA manipulation and security and privacy.
Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering
University of Washington