Environmental applications

  • 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...

  • Pedro Estrela edits book on biosensors

    Dr Pedro Estrela from the Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering is the guest editor of the book "Biosensor Technologies for Detection of Biomolecules" published by the Biochemical Society and Portland Press as a volume of the journal Essays in...

  • 1st GW4 Biosensor Network Workshop

    The 1st GW4 Biosensor Network Workshop took place at the University of Bath on the 24th March. Around 40 researchers from the 4 GW4 Universities took part with a range of interesting talks and posters. There were several networking sessions...

  • GW4 Biosensor Network

    We are pleased to announce that we have receivedĀ a GW4 Initiator Fund award to create a GW4 Biosensor Network. The GW4 Biosensor Network will bring together researchers from different disciplines with an interest on biosensors. Biosensors measure chemical or biological...

  • Biosensor research projects receive Marie Curie funding

    During the latest round of funding made available through the Marie Curie Initial Training Networks (ITNs), three bids led by Bath researchers were successful, two of which are biosensor projects.

  • Welcome to the Bath Biosensor Network blog!

    The Bath Biosensor Network has launched its new website and blog. We'll be using this space to update you on our research, events and activities, and welcome your comments. We're also looking for contributors to our new blog, so do...