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Poster session

Poster session - titles, abstracts

Below is the list of posters presented at the Sensors Day.

Please select the author name or poster title to find out more about the author's group or to read full abstract.

  1. Digitally encoded DNA nanostructures for multiplexed protein sensing with nanopores
    Ulrich Keyser group, Department of Physics

  2. Mechanosensitivity of the 2nd kind: TGFb mechanism of cell sensing the substrate stiffness
    Eugene M. Terentjev group, Department of Physics

  3. eScent® Context-Driven Wearable Scent Technology
    Jenny Tillotson, Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology

  4. Impedance-based biosensing on a disposable thin-film platform
    Arokia Nathan group, Department of Engineering

  5. Design of an ATP sensor by using a fibre fabrication method
    Lisa Hall group, Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology

  6. Bio-inspired Immobilisation
    Lisa Hall group, Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology

  7. Fast and Scalable Fabrication of ZnO Nanowires for Sensor Applications
    Department of Materials Science and Metallurgy

  8. Flow imaging with absorption-based nonlinear tomography
    Clemens Kaminski group, Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology

  9. Hollow silica microspheres for combined sensing and delivery applications
    Lisa Hall group, Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology

  10. Monitoring Tau Aggregation during Neuronal Transport Using a FRET sensor and Microfluidic-based culture chamberDepartment of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology

  11. Characterization of mechanical properties of materials using Ultrasound Broadband Spectroscopy
    Ashwin Seshia group, Nanoscience Centre, Department of Engineering

  12. Quantifying protein concentration using designed DNA carriers and solid-state nanopores
    Ulrich Keyser group, Department of Physics

  13. Red/far-red optogenetics tools for systems microscopy
    Medical Research Council  Cancer Unit

  14. Fabrication and Application of Porous Silicon for Optical Based Chemical and
    Biological Sensors

    Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology

  15. Ellipsoid localisation microscopy infers the size and order of protein layers in Bacillus spore coats
    Eric Rees group and CDT student, Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology

  16. Film bulk acoustic resonators (FBAR) for sensing applications
    Andrew Flewitt group, Department of Engineering

  17. Optical Sensors & Materials
    University of Southampton, University of Bath, École nationale supérieure d'ingénieurs de Caen

  18. Photochemistry in optofluidic microreactors
    Department of Physics

  19. Investigation of dendritic spines by STED nanoscopy
    Clemens Kaminksi group, Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology

  20. Dry mass sensing
    Department of Chemistry and Department of Engineering

  21. Imaging Development on a Budget: A Novel Low-Cost Solution for Live Cell Imaging
    CDT student, Department of Engineering

  22. Multi-Channel FLIM-FRET: A Method for the Quantification of FRET Stoichiometry Using Phasor Plots and Acceptor Lifetime In-growth
    Florian Hollfelder, Clemens Kaminski, David Ron collaboration,Department of Biochemistry, Metabolic Research Laboratory, Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology

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