We are an interdisciplinary group interested in the in real-life biosensing applications. Our research span over a range of disciplines employed for biosensor development and validation including electrochemistry, electrochemiluminescence, nanotechnology, microfluidics and 3D printing.
We are open to collaborations for clinical, environmental, diagnostic and theranostic applications.
Stereolithographic 3D printing
We utilize desktop 3D printers to fabricate, prototype, and mass produce microfluidic chips
3D-printed technology lowers cost of common medical test