ATE-BioEM Center


New coworker

We recently hired a new PostDoc for our project, Conceptual Development of an Ultra-Sensitive Biosensor Based on a Quantum Dot Coated Microresonator for Exosome Characterization and Specification. We look forward to a positive work with our new employee.

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CLEO Europe

The ATE-BioEM Center attended the CLEO Europe in Munich and presented a part of our optical biosensors activities. It was a fruitful conference and we had interesting conversations with the experts on the field.

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New paper

Our latest paper, "Towards Continuous Real-Time Plant and Insect Monitoring by Miniaturized THz Systems”, is now published. We congratulate all the authors.

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