Gap Award helping FSU researcher develop biosensors for quicker detection of disease

Jhunu Chatterjee, an assistant scholar/scientist in the FAMU–FSU College of Engineering, receives $50,000 GAP Award to create new, more cost-efficient biosensors that doctors can use to detect very small, normally unnoticeable changes in the human body, leading to early detection and diagnosis of disease and illness such as diabetes and certain cancers.