Thank you to everyone who was able to attend the CML symposium!


The CML Symposium is celebrating the past and ongoing pioneering contributions of Charles M. Lieber to science and technology. This is a one-day Scientific Symposium and homecoming for CML group alums and close friends. The event will take place on Saturday, April 20, 2019, in Pfizer Hall at Harvard University followed by dinner. The scope of the symposium will span broad topics of the CML group’s past and current research interests, including nanomaterials synthesis, nanostructure characterization, nanoelectronics and photonics, nanostructure assembly, and nanotechnology for biology and medicine.

For questions and suggestions, please email Kathleen Ledyard (Email).

  • injectable-mesh

    Syringe-injectable nanoelectronics seamlessly integrate with and record activity within the brain

  • nano-bioelectronics

    Kinked nanowire nanoFET sensor

  • nanomaterials

    A ‘nanotectonic’ approach that provides iterative control over the nucleation and growth of kinked nanowires.



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