Linköping University
  Biosensors and Bioelectronics Centre t: +46 132 28 04  
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  Linköping e:  
  SE-581 83 w:  
  Prof Anthony Turner Head of Divison  
1 Biosensors 6 Smart polymers
2 Bioelectronics 7 Nanomaterials
3 Printed electronics 8 Biotechnology
4 Diagnostics 9 Imaging
5 Nanotechnology 10 Drug delivery

Biosensors and Bioelectronics is a division within Applied Physics at the Department of Physics, Chemistry and Biology at Linköpings University, Sweden. It was set up in November 2010, when Prof Anthony Turner moved to LiU from Cranfield University in the UK, where he has been working on biosensors and bioelectronics for over 30 years. The aim of the Biosensors and Bioelectronics Centre is to bring together the many competences, activities and resources at Linköping that are already working on, or can bring valuable contributions to the development of biosensors and bioelectronics devices. The Centre also aims to be a gateway for international contacts and collaborations within this broad and rapidly expanding field. Work encompases: 1) Highly stable biosensors and sensing systems; 2) Bioelectronics; 3) Design and synthesis of semi-synthetic and synthetic ligands and catalysts; 4) Polymer (micro-)actuators.




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