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ISE annual meeting in Bologna

Almost the whole group went to the ISE annual meeting, this year organised in Bologna, Italy. Apart from lots of cool science, many new contact, meeting with old friends the week also included some sight-seeing and a good deal of lovely Italian food. The group presented five posters during the […]


New IAESTE-student – Sotiria

A warm welcome to our new student, Sotiria Kyriakou, who will work in our lab for three months as an exchange student through the IAESTE programme. Sotiria is a chemical engineer who recently graduated from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTH). During her studies she specialised in biomedical engineering and was working […]


Electrochemical Glucose Sensing: Is There Still Room for Improvement?

We just had a feature paper accepted in Analytical Chemistry with the title “Electrochemical Glucose Sensing: Is There Still Room for Improvement?“. In violation of Hinchliffe’s Rule we answer this question with a “yes!”. However, the point of the feature is to try to point of the areas that we […]


New group member – Paulina

Welcome to the newest member of the group, Paulina Jeleń. Paulina studied nanostructure engineering at University of Warsaw. This is a interdisciplinary field divided between the physics and the chemistry departments. She wrote her master thesis at the chemistry department, but graduated as a physicist. She has joined the group […]