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Optical biosensing with nanoparticle-decorated graphene

Marko Spasenovic

Sensing biological molecules on chip has become an irreplaceable component of modern medical diagnostics. Blood, saliva, urine, and other bodily fluids can be tested for the presence of viruses, bacteria, and other harmful agents using numerous methods that typically rely on chemical reactions between the biomolecule and a reagent. Recently, other biosensing methods are being tested, in particular...

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Graphenea strengthens research team

Marko Spasenovic

Graphenea announces the hiring of Dr. Amaya Ortega, an expert in nanomaterials, nanocomposites, and functionalization, as Scientific Researcher. Dr. Ortega will strengthen Graphenea’s research team, which prides itself in staying at the cutting edge of graphene science and technology.

Dr. Amaya Ortega obtained her PhD in polymer nanocomposites from Manchester Metropolitan University (UK) in 2005....

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Graphenea strengthens research team

Marko Spasenovic

Graphenea announces the hiring of Dr. Amaya Ortega, an expert in nanomaterials, nanocomposites, and functionalization, as Scientific Researcher. Dr. Ortega will strengthen Graphenea’s research team, which prides itself in staying at the cutting edge of graphene science and technology.

Dr. Amaya Ortega obtained her PhD in polymer nanocomposites from Manchester Metropolitan University (UK) in 2005....

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Graphene sheets enable single protein snapshots

Marko Spasenovic

Taking pictures of single proteins is an important goal in biology and medicine, allowing the study of protein folding and other behavior, and possibly leading to new approaches in drug development. Imaging single proteins, however, requires high-intensity electron beams or x-ray sources, which necessarily damage the protein. An alternative is to use low-intensity radiation for imaging, however...

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Graphene sheets enable single protein snapshots

Marko Spasenovic

Taking pictures of single proteins is an important goal in biology and medicine, allowing the study of protein folding and other behavior, and possibly leading to new approaches in drug development. Imaging single proteins, however, requires high-intensity electron beams or x-ray sources, which necessarily damage the protein. An alternative is to use low-intensity radiation for imaging, however...

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