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A genetic circuit which produces an electroactive enzyme for amperometric measurement of arsenic in water.
A low cost reusable microfluidic device for the detection of antibiotic resistant genes in patient samples.
A low-cost colorimeter for accurate detection of colour changes in medical diagnostic tests
A lower cost, modular, open-source alternative to commercial chromatography systems for performing simple, routine purifications.
Device that can rapidly report on the fertilizing quality and safety of heat-treated sewage sludge
A sensor-pump system which would be able to adjust drug output of aminoglycosides based on real time sensing of drug in plasma.
Construction of a handheld syringe pump with an included heating element for microfluidic applications
The aim of the project is to design and build a low-cost programmable system for flowing liquids through a network of tubes.
Development of a low-cost open-source multispectral camera for mapping plant health.
A low-cost rodent physiology monitoring bed for pre-clinical experiments
A sensor system for measuring the flow rate and characterising the water-in-oil droplets generated in a microfluidics system.
Development of a programmable imaging platform for a microfluidics-based conditioned learning hub for motile bacterial cells.
Development of an autonomous environment observer that remotely monitors key environmental parameters.
The UPHS is a phenotyping device that provides a significant improvement in sampling time and sample size in screening plant field canopies.
Measuring phenol red colour change as a surrogate for growth of cell cultures.
Using induced dipole moment to electrostatically separate healthy and cancer cell-metal nanoparticle complexes.
Development of biological tools for investigating spatial effects of signalling on cell fate and patterning
Incubator that can be fabricated in a typical makerspace at a low cost while achieving the same performance as commercial units.
DIY device to identify and track different species of leafhoppers through the different calls they make in order to monitor crop health.
Light sensor to measure from 0 to 100,000 lux, which is a good range for measuring from the darkest room in a house to the brightest day.
This is a project to make a focus stacking rail from a piece cut out of an old microscope.
Driving my focus stacking rail using an Arduino to achieve micron steps.
This is a project to take deep focus images of fern gametophytes, using a modified flatbed scanner as a rail.
Our cheap, programmable LED array system mimics dawn and dusk light transitions.