C3Bio

Centre for Biosensors, Bioelectronics and Biodevices

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  • C3Bio - a new research centre

    A new research centre has recently been established at the University of Bath: Centre for Biosensors, Bioelectronics and Biodevices (C3Bio). C3Bio brings together a critical mass of researchers from engineering, physical, life and social sciences working on different aspects of...

  • ReNEW: GCRF project on diagnostics in urban water

    ReNEW aims to develop real-time community-wide diagnostics and a tuneable multi-hazard public health early warning system (EWS) with the ultimate goal of strengthening community resilience. This will be done through a focus on water from urban dwellings, which reflects the...

  • Researchers develop simple sensors to detect cancer stage

    Researchers from the University of Bath have developed a new method to detect microRNAs in blood serum, leading to a new class of biosensors for early cancer diagnosis and prognosis. There is an increasing consensus that microRNAs in blood can...

  • John Campbell - new Prize Fellow in Health

    Dr John Campbell is a new Prize Fellow in the Department of Health at the University of Bath. Following a PhD in Immunology at the University of Birmingham, John undertook at 6-year Post-Doc at the University of Birmingham Medical School...

  • Paulo Rocha: new lecturer in Bioelectronics

    Dr Paulo Rocha has recently been appointed to the post of Lecturer within the Department of Electronic & Electrical Engineering at the University of Bath. Paulo has a Degree in Systems and Informatics, a Masters in Telecommunications and Electronics Engineering...

  • Despina Moschou - new Prize Fellow in Bioelectronics

    Dr Despina Moschou has recently been appointed as a 50th Anniversary Prize Fellow in Bioelectronics within the Department of Electronic & Electrical Engineering at the University of Bath. Despina has a MEng in Electrical and Computer Engineering and a PhD in Microelectronic Technology. Since 2010,...

  • Conference on Prostate Cancer Diagnosis

    The University of Bath hosted the PROSENSE Conference on Prostate Cancer Diagnosis on 12-13 September 2016 – an event part of the University of Bath 50th Anniversary celebrations. The conference was designed to bring together academics, clinicians and industry colleagues,...