Bioconvergence is a new interdisciplinary scientific research area that combines biotechnology, chemistry, engineering, and computer science to solve complex challenges in healthcare, sustainability, agriculture, and other fields. It enables innovations such as personalized medicine, regenerative therapies, advanced diagnostics, and bio-inspired materials. Bioconvergence has the potential to transform the way we prevent, predict, and treat diseases, as well as improve the quality of life for millions of people around the world. Researchers at BINA are involved in various aspects related to bioconvergence, including:

  • Biochips
  • Biosensors
  • Human Organs-on-chips
  • Neuron-chip and cell-chip interfaces
  • Optical and electronic micro-devices
  • Microfluidics and Lab on chip
  • Electrochemical sensors