The W.M. Keck Center runs a seminar series dedicated to current problems in optofluidics. Leading scientists are invited to discuss their research in this growing field. The Keck Seminar Series is sponsored by the California Institute for Quantitative Biology (QB3).
September 28, 2011 -- Professor Brian Cunningham, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, "Getting Molecules to "See the Light": Nanostructures and Instruments for Biomedical Detection".
March 17, 2011 -- Dr. Allen Yang, Postdoctoral Associate, Institute for Collaborative Biotechnologies, University of California at Santa Barbara, "Optofluidics: Directing light for nanoscale transport in fluids".
November 2, 2009 -- Dr. Michael Stone, Assistant Professor, Chemistry and Biochemistry, UC Santa Cruz, "Single Molecule Studies of Telomerase Structure and Function".
January 26, 2009 -- Professor David Erickson, Cornell University, "Optofluidics for Biomolecular Analysis"
February 23, 2009 -- Dr. David H. Lynch, Canadian Network for Vaccines and Immunotherapuetics, "A Multidisciplinary Approach to the Creation of an Innovative New Technology"
April 27, 2009 -- Dr. Andre Marziali, University of British Columbia, "Electrophoretic and Nanopore Methods for Biomolecule Analysis"