Julia Zapatero, PROSENSE Marie Curie Fellow at Dublin City University, is doing a 2-week secondment in Bath (18 May - 29 May).
Posts By: Pedro Estrela
N Formisano, P Jolly, N Bhalla, M Cromhout, SP Flannagan, R Fogel, JL Limson, P Estrela: "Optimisation of an Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy aptasensor by exploiting Quartz Crystal Microbalance with Dissipation Signals", Sensors and Actuators B 220 (2015) 369-375
Pedro Estrela appointed as an Editorial Board Member of the journal Scientific Reports (Nature Publishing Group)
Pavel Damborsky and Stefan Belicky, PROSENSE Marie Curie Fellows at the Slovak Academy of Sciences, are doing one month secondments in our group (27 April - 22 May).
Z. Yang, B. Kasprzyk-Hordern, C.G. Frost, P. Estrela, K.V. Thomas: "Community Sewage Sensors for Monitoring Public Health" (Viewpoint). Environmental Science and Technology 49 (2015) 5845-5846
Pawan Jolly was awarded a Cancer Research at Bath (CR@B) Seedcorn Grant for the project "An electrochemical biosensor platform for the sensitive detection of miRNAs specific for prostate cancer" in collaboration with Pedro Estrela and Prof Mark Lindsay (Department of Pharmacy & Pharmacology).
The PhosphoSense technology, published in our recent Scientific Reports paper, has been highlighted in a number of local and national media as well as specialist press.
National and International trade press: Engineering and Technology Magazine, Manufacturing Chemist, Health Canal, Medical Device Network, Pharmaceutical Technology, Phys Org (US)
Zhugen Yang, Marc Anglès d’Auriac, Sean Goggins, Barbara Kasprzyk-Hordern, Kevin Thomas, Christopher Frost, Pedro Estrela: "A novel DNA biosensor using a ferrocenyl intercalator applied to the potential detection of human population biomarkers in wastewater", Environmental Science & Technology 49 (2015) 5609
Nikhil Bhalla, Nello Formisano, Anna Miodek, Aditya Jain, Mirella Di Lorenzo, Giordano Pula, Pedro Estrela: "Plasmonic ruler on field-effect devices for kinase drug discovery applications", Biosensors and Bioelectronics 71 (2015) 121-128
Jules Hammond won one of the awards for best poster at the Sensors in Medicine 2015 conference (24-26 March 2015, London, UK).
The poster was "Nanogap Generator–Collector Devices with Miniaturised Electronics for Analytical Applications" by Jules Hammond, Andrew Gross, Frank Marken and Pedro Estrela