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Goodbye to Yoshi.

Last week saw the end of the two-month stay by our IAESTE exchange student from Japan, Yoshitaka Furuya. Yoshi is a student from Tokyo University of Science where he is studying Industrial Chemistry. He was working mostly with Emilia on a project using electrode arrays as an electronic tongue in […]

Integrated, paper-based potentiometric electronic tongue for the analysis of beer and wine

A new publication in Analytica Chimica Acta appeared describing paper-based discrimination of beer and wine samples using an electronic tongue. Although Emilia’s affiliation is still from the Brazilian institution UNICAMP it is of course still worth mentioning. This is the second article describing paper-based electronic tongues with electrochemical detection; the […]

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 […]