Meni Wanunu Associate Professor of Physics email@example.com 617.373.7412 Expertise biomolecular structure and dynamics, gene sequencing, interfacial chemistry and bioconjugate chemistry, micro- and nano-fabrication, scanning probe microscopy, vibrational spectroscopy Meni Wanunu for Northeastern Global News Don’t be salty. Tiny tubes desalinate water one molecule at a time Don’t be salty. Tiny tubes desalinate water one molecule at a time Only a tiny portion of water on Earth is drinkable, and it’s dwindling fast. But sipping seawater may be on the horizon. The thrill of scientific discovery The thrill of scientific discovery Sir Richard Roberts delivered the keynote address at an event on campus that drew researchers in the area of DNA sequencing technology. Nanopores promise cost savings in gene sequencing Nanopores promise cost savings in gene sequencing By applying nanopores to established next-generation gene-sequencing technologies, professor Meni Wanunu could help bring the price of a single genome to $100. Gene sequencing at warp speed Gene sequencing at warp speed Assistant professor of physics Meni Wanunu and colleagues design nanopore membranes for novel drug discovery and gene sequencing techniques.