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Preludium for studies of neurons

Congratulations to Ewa who got a Preludium grant in the last round to study “Genesis of dendritic spine head protrusion (SHP) formation”. In the project Ewa will be studying the influence of glutamate on the formation of spine head protrusions using a novel noninvasive electrochemical glutamate biosensor and fluorescent confocal microscopy […]

New project – Preludium

A project for investigating different methods for neurotransmitter determination in forced convection systems was recently approved by the National Science Centre. Magdalena got financed for two years for exploration of the topic and investigation of a new method for simultaneous detection of neurotransmitters. The popular science description of the project […]

Doctor Dawid

Dawid successfully defended his PhD thesis on Thursday, and today he was officially recognised as doctor of chemistry by our scientific council. Dawid’s thesis, with the title “Electrochemical processes at liquid|liquid interfaces in microfluidic systems” can be found here (pdf). The thesis received positive opinions from the two reviewers, Prof. […]

Young scientist award

Every year our institute gives an award for the most prominent young scientists among the doctors and phd-students. This is based on the number of publications over the last three years. This year Dawid was one of the laureates in the student category, and Wojtek in the doctors’ group. Our […]

The best of the best – Springer Theses

Emilia’s Ph.D. thesis entitled “Analysis of Samples of Clinical and Alimentary Interest with Paperbased Devices“ was just awarded with the Springer thesis prize and will be published in their book series Springer Theses – the “best of the best”, recognizing outstanding Ph.D. research that “must represent a significant scientific advance”. Normally, editors […]

Best paper from 2014

Every year our institute awards the “best paper” published during the previous year. Six papers are awarded: A winner, a runner-up, a third place and three mentions. This year the paper “Antibody modified gold nanoparticles for fast and selective, colorimetric T7 bacteriophage detection” (Bioconjugate Chem. 25, 644-648 (2014)) was one […]