We pursue fundamental advances at the interface of ultrasound imaging physics and molecular engineering. The resulting technologies will be applied in many areas of biology and medicine. Our lab is part of the Imaging Physics department of 
Delft University of Technology.
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2022

Gas vesicles are the first genetically encoded reporters for ultrasound imaging. We reached out to the Cryo-EM Lab of Arjen Jakobi at TU Delft to solve their molecular structure, and gain new insights for rational engineering of acoustic biosensors based on these biomolecules. Take a look at this marvel of nature here: bioRxiv preprint
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