Hydroid Autonomous Unmanned Vehicle (AUV) with NRL biosensor payload used for underwater chemical sensing being tested in Narragansett Bay, RI.
Hydroid Autonomous Unmanned Vehicle (AUV) with NRL biosensor payload used for underwater chemical sensing being tested in Narragansett Bay, RI.

The Center conducts basic and applied research that is focused on several broad thematic areas:

  • Fundamental Biology
  • Sensors
  • Materials
  • Energy

6910 - Laboratory for Biosensors and Biomaterials focuses on the discovery and development of functional materials using biology as both a resource and a role model.

6920 - Laboratory for Biomolecular Dynamics explores the application of state-of-the-art biotechnology findings and results.

6930 - Laboratory for the Study of Molecular Interfacial Interactions studies a broad range of Science and Technology (S&T) topics comprising the fundamental processes involved in molecular assembly and organization, particularly in two dimensions.