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Gangopadhyay, who heads the University's International Center for Nano/Micro Systems and Nanotechnology, said the primary focus of the newest project is to develop alternative energy sources and sensors that will detect biological and chemical weapons. By design, her devices, which combine microchip-based technology and nanotechnology to generate a powerful reaction with millions of shockwaves, also can be used for health and medical applications.