- Results that can be seen without the use of specialised equipment – enables in-field qualitative and quantitative measurements
- Sensors can be modified or embedded onto any substrates with no restriction of surface geometry or topography, including paper, film, glass, and plastic
- Aiming to solve current challenges in industries by developing detection techniques that are fast, simple, cost-effective, portable, and allow on-the-spot measurements
- Nanosensors find many applications, ranging from early disease diagnostics to food and environmental monitoring
Research reports demonstrating the capability of the technology can be provided upon request.
Capabilities and facilities
- Access to nanoparticle synthesis and inkjet printing for sensors
- Access to the state-of-the art Mark Wainwright Analytical Centre for materials characterisation