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'Young Investigator' Cheng-An Lin profiled in Nature

24 March 2010

Cheng-An Lin, an assistant professor in biomedical engineering at Chung Yuan Christian Univ. and recipient of the 2010 Ocean Optics Young Investigator AwardMarek Osinski, Rob Randelman, and Cheng-An Lin at SPIE Photonics West, is profiled in the journal Nature.

Lin, a Member of SPIE and author of several papers for SPIE, won his award for work on synthesizing fluorescent gold nanoclusters for molecular imaging inside the body.

Read the profile in Nature.

From left, Marek Osinski, chair of the conference on Colloidal Quantum Dots for Biomedical Applications, and Rob Randelman, President of Ocean Optics, present Lin with the 2010 Young Investigator Award.