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Biosensors group

WELCOME to the MeBioS-Biosensors group of Prof. Jeroen Lammertyn! Our group was founded in 2005 within the MeBioS division and currently counts 5 postdocs and 15 PhD students. Its fundamental research activities focus on the development of novel bio-molecular detection concepts and miniaturized analysis systems. The applications span a broad range of sectors including medical and food diagnostics. The MeBioS-Biosensor group closely follows the emerging field of biosensing and is active in the following domains (i) Bio-assay development (e.g., aptamers, biofunctionalized nanomaterials), (ii) Optical sensors (e.g., fiber optic SPR sensors) (iii) Microfluidics (e.g., lab-on-a-chip technology).

 

Research

Find out about our basic and applied research in biosensors field.

 

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Publications

New discoveries at the Biosensors group are published in international peer reviewed journals.

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Technology transfer

An important part of our work is the implementation of our research in all sorts of applications.
 

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News

All the latest updates of events and facts concerning the Biosensors group 

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People

Get to know the staff and their projects currently in progress at Biosensors group!

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Vacancies

We also welcome spontaneous applications from motivated students/researchers interested in working in our lab (contact Prof. Lammertyn).

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