Biosensors

Latest Innovations

Real-Time Label-Free Acoustic Sensing at High Throughput Rate

Professor Gaurav Bahl from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign has developed a device that performs real-time high sensitivity acoustic sensing of flowing fluid...

Process to Measure Biomolecules on Silicon Transistors

Dr. Bashir from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign has developed a process to measure biomolecules on ion sensitive field effect transistors with dry samples. This...

Identification of Methylated Proteins by use of Nanopores for Early Disease Detection

While nanopore sequencers available in the DNA sequencing industry are capable of detecting the presence of proteins in DNA strands, they are currently unable to identify...

Large Scale Parallel DNA Detection by 2D Solid-state Multi-pore Systems

A scalable device design of a dense array of multiple 2D nanopores made from nanoscale semiconductor materials to simultaneously detect multiple DNA strands and identify...

Rapid detection of intact viruses

Professor Yi Lu from the University of Illinois has developed an aptamer-based method for virus detection that is able to distinguish infective viruses from non-infective...

Rapid detection of target DNA using gFET and LAMP

Researchers from the University of Illinois have developed a highly sensitive, graphene field effect transistor (gFET) that can detect DNA in samples. This technology uses...

Activate Capture + Digital Counting (AC+DC) for ultrasensitive label-free detection of miRNA

Professor Brian Cunningham's research group at the University of Illinois has created a technology for ultrasensitive detection of gold nanoparticles, allowing different...

SPOT (Rapid, Accurate, Scalable and Portable Testing) for COVID-Diagnosis

Researchers from the University of Illinois have developed a COVID-19 testing system named SPOT that consists of a rapid, highly sensitive and accurate assay and a battery...

Ultrasensitive Electrochemical Sensors for the Detection of Hydrogen Peroxide

Researchers from the University of Illinois have developed a low-cost, reusable sensor for the detection of hydrogen peroxide. The sensor detects H2O2 over the range of...

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