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The large surface area of graphene means it is very sensitive to molecules that contact its surface, which makes it ideal for use in sensors. With our in-house-designed environmental chamber, we perform a variety of electrical transport measurements on sensors in a controlled atmosphere, with variable gas content , temperature and humidity . We can also run AFM based experiments in a controlled environment, to investigate how atmospheric changes affect the structural and electronic properties of quantum materials. We investigate and develop graphene-based sensors, including gas sensors to detect harmful pollutants such as NO2 , CO and CO2.
We also develop novel biosensors which could detect hepatitis biomarkers, allergens and other disease-carrying pathogens.
Real-time detection of Hepatitis B Virus using a hybrid graphene-gold nanoparticle biosensor
A facile method for the non-covalent amine functionalization of carbon-based surfaces for use in biosensor development
Our research and measurement solutions support innovation and product development. We work with companies to deliver business advantage and commercial success. Contact our Customer Services team on +44 20 8943 7070