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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 […]


Rotating droplet as a new alternative for small volume electrochemical measurements 1

A paper from Magda’s work with a rotating droplet as alternative to rotating disc electrodes for electrochemical measurements in small volumes was just accepted in Electrochemistry Communications. This is a development of an idea from Limoges’s group in Paris, where they used a rotating disc electrode (RDE) to spin a […]


Compatibility of organic solvents for electrochemical measurements in PDMS-based microfluidic devices

We just had a new paper published in Microfluidics and Nanofluidics concerning the compatibility of some organic solvents with PDMS-based microfluidic devices. In a well-known study (cited ~1600 times) the Whitesides-group argued that how much PDMS swells in a solvent is a good indication of how compatible that solvent is with […]


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 […]