Biosensors / Devices

James Swartz on Cell-Free Systems

October 17, 2019

Hear from James about promising career paths in cell-free systems, and get a preview of his upcoming talk at the Cell Free Systems Conference.

CEP: News Update

September
2019
News Update
Taking Chemical Engineering into the Solar System Human space exploration was launched by intrinsic curiosity and intrepid scientists, but it was precipitated by a political rivalry of global proportions. Microfluidics Monitor Sickle Cell Disease...

CEP: News Update

June
2019
News Update
Could Cannabis Help Treat Brain Disease? Cannabidiol (CBD) is a non-psychoactive compound derived from cannabis, lacking the tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) that gives marijuana users a carefree high. CBD has become wildly popular for recreational...

CEP: News Update

February
2019
News Update
A Hub for Appalachia’s Emerging Petrochemical Industry A recent U.S. Dept. of Energy (DOE) report highlights the potential benefits of Appalachia Development Group’s (ADG) proposed infrastructure project, the over $3 billion Appalachian Storage and...

CEP: News Update

January
2019
News Update
An Embroidered Battery for Wearable Biosensors Engineers at the Univ. of Massachusetts Amherst (UMass Amherst) have developed a thread-based battery that can be stitched into fabric and used to power wearable biosensors for health monitoring...

CEP: News Update

December
2018
News Update
Army Research Lab Uses Discarded Plastic to 3D Print Supplies Researchers at the U.S. Army Research Laboratory (ARL) have developed a way to use discarded plastic waste as starting material for additive manufacturing on army bases. Wristband Can...

Stability and Reactivity of Enzymatic Papers

Conference Presentation
AIChE Annual Meeting
November 9, 2009
Bioactive papers and paper diagnostics are getting a reality for their low cost, selectivity and application flexibility. Critical is the thermal...

Optofluidic SERS Devices for Biomolecular Detection

Conference Presentation
AIChE Annual Meeting
November 9, 2009
Recently, Surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) has attracted great attention because of its high sensitivity, label-free detection, and low...

Will One-cent Lab on a Chip Revolutionize Diagnostics?

February 7, 2017

Thanks to microfluidics, electronics and inkjet technology, researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine have developed a new process for creating reusable lab-on-a-chip technology tha

Researchers Create “Neon” Sign and Biosensor from E. Coli

January 10, 2012

Using a biopixel display composed of millions of living E.coli bacterial cells that fluoresce in unison like a blinking Las Vegas neon sign, bioengineers at UC San Diego have created a bacterial sensor that can easily detect low levels of arsenic.

Catalyzing Commercialization: DNA Sequencing: A New Diagnostic Tool for the Oil Industry

November
2016
Catalyzing Commercialization
The U.S. oil industry is trying to do more with less, as operators seek to maximize reservoir production during a period of low oil prices. Producers are looking for cost-effective technology advances that can give them a competitive advantage to maintain profitability. One such technology may come from an unlikely source: the Human Genome Project.

New Sensor Banishes Bad Beer

May 27, 2016

Researchers in Madrid have developed a polymer sensor that aims to spare drinkers from the taste of stale beer.

CEP: News Update

July
2016
News Update
Iceland CCS Project Stores CO2 Permanently as Minerals An international team of scientists has demonstrated for the first time that anthropogenic CO 2 can be effectively captured and permanently stored by injecting it into volcanic bedrock. A Mild...
Subscribe to Biosensors / Devices