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CamBridgeSens Innovation Competition Winners

last modified Jan 22, 2014 02:24 PM
CamBridgeSens Innovation Competition Winners

Dr Nicholas J Darton, Dr Adrian Ionescu and Dr Justin Llandro

The CamBridgeSens Innovation Competition offers awards up to £5000 to teams of interdisciplinary researchers to make the first steps in putting together or trying out novel ideas in the area of sensor research.

The winners of the first round of the competition are:

MagA for Magnetic Biosensor Applications
Dr Nicholas J Darton - Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology, Dr Adrian Ionescu - Cavendish Laboratory, Dr Justin Llandro - Cavendish Laboratory.

A Road to Chemical Nano-Diodes (CNDs) and Biochemical Nano-Photo Diodes (BNPDs)
Mr Justin Pahara - Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology, Mr M. Safwan Akram - Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology, Mr Ranjith Rajasekharran Unnithan - Department of Electrical Engineering, Mr Aron Rachamim - Department of Electrical Engineering.

Cell lysis as diagnostical microfluidical tool
Mr Jakob Mauritz - Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology, Dr Graeme Whyte - Department of Chemistry.

Super-resolution fluorescence imaging of biological polymers relevant to disease
Mr Simon Schlachter - Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology, Dr Carlos Bertoncini - Department of Chemistry, Dr Alessandro Esposito - Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology.

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