NeuroSens was present at the 2nd European Biosensor Symposium. This conference aims to stimulate exchanges among researchers working in Europe, or outside Europe, in the field of Biosensors. Here, young researchers presented their recent results from the front end of research, while keynotes speakers showed high-end research and traced the directions of current trends.
The Symposium key topics are
Technologies for innovative formats: miniaturized, implantable, non-invasive, disposable, single/multiarray biosensors, paper-diagnostics
Bioengineered and biomimetic recognition elements (MIPs, aptamers, receptors, modified enzymes with increasing catalytic activity, sensor-actuator-molecules etc.)
Nanotechnology, surface engineering and bioelectronics (Single-Molecule and molecular sensors, nanoparticles and nanostructures enhancing biosensor performance etc.)
Cell biosensors: Sensors with cells (Pharma testing, cell toxicity, REACH); in the cell („Pebbels“, indicators, „biosensing“); for cell research and single cell based diagnostics (Patch-Clamp and electrodes, sensors for regenerative therapies)
Advances in applications (applications in the clinics and „traditional“ areas like environment and food safety, infection diagnostics including alternative strategies (e.g. mass spec. for microbes), cultural heritage, new applications
Microfluidics for biosensing/integration
Theory and mathematics, software development: e.g. multivalence in biosensing.
More details here: https://www2.chim.unifi.it/cmpro-v-p-334.html
Below some photos of our activities!