Biosensors / Devices

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...

Body-on-a-Chip -- A Tool for Predictive Pharmacology/Toxicology

Archived Webinar
Mar 31, 2009
In this presentation, Professor Mike Shuler details his work to understand the response of the human body to various pharmaceutical and environmental chemicals using a combination of whole body modules and micro models Professor Shuler’s research focuses on microfabricated devices combined with...

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...
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