The Linköping Biosensors and Bioelectronics Centre was established in 2010, with the objective of bringing together the many competences, activities and resources at Linkopings university that are already working on, or can bring valuable contributions to, the development of biosensors, biosensing, bioelectronic devices and relevant biomaterials and nanomaterials. The mission of the Centre is to improve the quality of life, health and the environment by the provision of distributed diagnostics and personalised analytical tools and therapies. Its remit encompasses implantable, minimally-invasive and non-invasive techniques that may be wearable, used at the point of care or more widely distributed in the home or environment. We seek to create the next generation of bioelectronics devices and biomaterials.
Disease management is focused on cancer, cardiac diseases, infectious disease, diabetes and care of the elderly. The Centre’s principal tools are high level research, advanced teaching and the organisation of specialist conferences and workshops. Work at the Centre today spans a full range of core technologies including: bioimaging and drug delivery; bio-inspired and bio-specific ligands; biointerfaces; biomaterials; biomolecular electronics; biosensors; chemical transducers; pre-clinical trials; printing and microfabrication; micro-actuators; nanomaterials and nanostructures; tissue scaffolds; smart materials and nanomaterials; therapeutics; and user interfaces and electronic design.
Professor Anthony P. F. Turner
Head of the Biosensors & Bioelectronics Centre
Room N 309
IFM, Linköping University
Group entry created by Anthony Turner on 2014-05-09 08:33:50