This activity addresses the design and development of novel micro and nanosensors and complex and compact miniaturized systems for biological and biomedical applications.
The various steps of device design, characterization, encapsulation and packaging, as well as customized electronic instrumentation are approached from the initial conception to the final biodevice in order to generate knowledge, micro-nano devices and complete systems with high added value.
Activities include the development of new technologies and tools for the detection, identification, quantification, and monitoring of molecules, cells and tissues of clinical and biomedical relevance. Research focuses in:
- Micro-Nano systems for diagnosis.
- On-chip environmental health monitoring.
- Nano-Bio-Electronic Interfaces.
- NanoBioFuel cells.