Healthcare 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...

  • 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,...

  • Establishing UK-Turkey Research Links

    The University of Bath hosted a four-day workshop for early career researchers from Universities in the UK and Turkey to promote scientific collaborations between the two countries. The workshop entitled "Electrochemical nucleic acid based biosensors and microfluidic devices for healthcare...

  • Ben Metcalfe - new lecturer in bioelectronics

    Dr Ben Metcalfe has recently been appointed to the post of Lecturer within the Department of Electronic & Electrical Engineering at the University of Bath. Ben holds a PhD in biomedical microelectronics and has research interests in many areas of low-power...

  • 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...