Our paper “Ion Transfer Voltammetry with an Electrochemical Pen” received a mention as one of the best publications from our institute during 2020. Good work everyone!
We just published a review-article in ChemElectroChem on paper-based electrochemical devices. Instead of a classic review of the published literature (of which there are plenty for paper-based devices) we opted to write a more practical guide for what to consider when making your first forays into the jungle of paper-based […]
Emilia, Marta, Magda W. and Karthika went to represent our group at the annual meeting of young scientists organized by the University of Silesia in Katowice under the banner Science Beyond Disciplines. The organization committee did an amazing job! The conference cost was only 40 PLN including a very interesting workshop on the […]
We’re on a roll. Another cation transfer paper was accepted1, also in Electrochimica Acta. This is work done by Marta and our undergrad student Julia. They were investigating transfer of cations at the three-phase junction driven by reduction of the fullerene C60 and facilitated by the addition of ionophores to […]
In a paper just accepted for publication in Analytical Chemistry Marta, Emilia, and Martin, together with Damien Arrigan from Curtin University, and our former intern Alexandra Pacowska, show how ion-transfer across the liquid-liquid interface can be studied in a paper-based system. One of the problems when studying ion-transfer between an organic […]
Happy New Year for all electronic tongue lovers! In the last day of 2017 a new open-access review concerning electronic tongues appeared on MPDI Biosensors website. This invited manuscript aims to not only mention the most obvious applications of sensor matrixes such as the analysis of foodstuffs but also focuses […]
Marta just had her first paper published. She prepared SERS-active substrates for a study using Raman spectroscopy to identify pathogens in food. Results described in the article (with a title so long that an abstract in not really needed) show that surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS) combined with principal component analysis […]