University of Nottingham

 Electrochemical sensing

Frankie Rawson with reflection in bench

In the biological world cells communicate with one another via electrochemical mechanisms. We are harnessing these mechanisms to develop sensors and actuators that can aid disease diagnosis, understanding biological responses to infection and disease, and for regenerative medicine and cellular therapeutic applications.

A multidisciplinary team, led by Dr Frankie Rawson, is developing new conductive materials, sensors and actuators, and methods to facilitate the seamless integration of electronics with biology termed bioelectronics.

Read more in Dr Rawson's 2017 blog