Our conference post from last year was updated with a few photos.
Some papers just glide through review and get published with seemingly minimal effort. This is not one of those! After more than a year being bumped between different journals and arguments with both editors and reviewers it is finally out. The manuscript is Kasia’s brainchild. Her main line of work […]
Maybe consider an alternative to Prussian Blue when measuring H2O2. In a recently accepted paper we investigate electrodes based on manganese dioxide for determination of H2O2 and demonstrate this by addition of glucose oxidase to the electrode to make a glucose sensor. MnO2 is a good catalyst for decomposition of […]
This paper is mainly the work by the student Sebastian Machera, who spend some time working in the Surface Nanoengineering group. Together with Dr Katarzyna Szot-Karpińska, he was working on phage display technology to make bacteriophage express peptides that could recognise specific targets. In this case, the model target was […]
In March, Bren, Julia and Martin travelled to Limerick to visit our collaborators in Micheál Scanlon’s research group at the Bernal Institute at the University of Limerick. Martin and Julia stayed for a few days to learn more about AC voltammetry in liquid|liquid systems. Many thanks to Nicolas for his […]
Recently another paper was published in collaboration with our UpTurn partners from Gdańsk University of Technology. Meen was investigating novel carbon materials from the Bogdanowicz group to be used for detection of serotonin. We have previously tested several different types of carbon materials for neurotransmitter detection,,, and these particles from […]