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New publication from Biosensors Lab

By on 6th May 2020

“3D-printed bioreactors for DNA amplification: application to companion diagnostics” accepted for publication in Sensors and Actuators B (available online: 21 April 2020)

New publication from Biosensors Lab

By on 6th May 2020

“3D-printed bioreactors for DNA amplification: application to companion diagnostics” accepted for publication in Sensors and Actuators B

HFSP grant award

By on 3rd April 2020

Prof. Electra Gizeli from IMBB-Biosensors lab is recipient and will coordinate a new Human Frontier and Science Program (HFSP) grant entitled “Self-organization and biomechanical properties of the endosomal membrane”. HFSP Research Grants are highly prestigious and competitive research programs awarded to interdisciplinary international teams. This year, 20 Research Grants were selected for funding from an initial total of 549 letters of intent.

HFSP grant award

By on 3rd April 2020

Highly prestigious international HFSP grant awarded to Biosensors Lab.

PhD student invited speaker

By on 17th March 2020

Nikoletta Naoumi, PhD student with our lab, is an invited speaker at the 8th Annual Diagnostics Innovation Summit, Developing Rapid Tests and Liquid Biopsies, 19-21 May 2020, Lisbon, Portugal.

PhD student, invited speaker

By on 17th March 2020

Nikoletta Naoumi, PhD student, invited speaker at the 8th Annual Diagnostics Innovation Summit, 19-21 May, Lisbon, Portugal

Post-doc position available

By on 12th September 2019

“Development of integrated system of plant pathogens field detection”. Please see relevant announcement in News menu (above, right) to download job offer file.

Post-doc position available

By on 12th September 2019

Position: “Development of integrated system of plant pathogens field detection”

New FET-OPEN grant awarded to Biosensos lab

By on 20th June 2019

Biosensors lab is the recipient of and will coordinate a new FET-OPEN grant entitled “Towards an instrument-free future for molecular diagnostics at the point-of-care (Acronym: Free@POC). The program involves the development of a novel diagnostic tool for genetic amplification and detection at ambient temperature, combined with smartphone operation. The consortium includes, in addition to FORTH, Pasteur Institute (France), Institute for Sustainable Plant Protection (Italy), Gnosis Data Analysis (Greece) and University College London Hospital (UK) as partners.

Grant awarded

By on 20th June 2019

Biosensors Lab is awarded and coordinates highly competitive FET-OPEN HORIZON 2020 grant