Dan Fletcher is a Professor of Bioengineering at the University of California, Berkeley. His lab develops new instruments to study the cytoskeleton and its role in cell movement and shape change. Dr. Fletcher was a White House Fellow during the Bush to Obama transition.
Talks with this Speaker
Daniel Fletcher describes work from his lab in mobile microscopy, and the creation of small inexpensive microscopes that can project images to cameras on cellular phones. (Talk recorded in December 2010)
Dan Fletcher talks about the basic properties of light, how it interacts with matter, the principles behind refractive lenses and how lenses form (magnified) images. (Talk recorded in March 2012)
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Daniel Fletcher describes his experience of spending a year in Washington D.C. as a White House Fellow. (Talk recorded in December 2010)