Bath Biosensor Network

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  • World first memristive biosensor with DNA aptamers

    Researchers from the University of Bath, the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) and the University of Applied Sciences Kaiserslautern publish in the journal Nano Letters the very first worldwide report on the development of an ultrasensitive electrochemical biosensor employing...

  • An inexpensive and fast pathogenic bacteria screening device

    While pathogenic bacteria contribute to a large number of globally important diseases and infections, current clinical diagnosis is based on processes that often involve culturing which can be time-consuming. Therefore, innovative, simple, rapid and low-cost solutions to effectively reduce the...

  • feature on collaboration with Sao Paulo

    As part of a special "worldwide collection of articles" devoted to links with Brazil, the University of Bath highlighted the collaboration between Dr Pedro Estrela and the University of Sao Paulo: http://www.bath.ac.uk/case-studies/developing-biosensor-devices-for-better-cancer-diagnosis/ The article describes the collaboration between Dr Estrela...

  • sandpit event of the GW4 Biosensor Network

    A sandpit event of the GW4 Biosensor Network took place in Cardiff on the 19th May with researchers from all 4 Universities. The sandpit was focused on healthcare applications and brought together researchers from very different scientific backgrounds. Several ideas...

  • 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 received 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.

  • New professor of healthcare engineering joins Biosensor Network

    The University has appointed Professor Richie Gill to pull together multi-disciplinary expertise in healthcare engineering from across the institution.

  • 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...