Objectives: develop a cheap, eco-friendly, and versatile diagnosis platform.
Results: first prototype (below) of glass biochip with embedded electrodes will be used to monitor electrophysiological activity of neurons.
 Narcis Fosso,Jane Krähenbühl, Radek Skupienski, Olimpia Mamula Steiner, and Silvia Schintke, Microchannel and microreservoir manufacturing by inkjet printing and AFM-nanolithography techniques, EuroNanoForum 2015 conference, 10-12 June 2015, Riga, Latvia – poster presentation.
 Silvia Schintke, Atomic force microscopy and conductivity analysis of inkjet printed electrode structures, 2nd Annual Inkjet conference 2015, 7-8 October 2015, Düsseldorf, Germany -- invited talk.
 Erwann Vieu, Anne-Gabrielle Pawlowski, Mirko Croci and Fouad Rahali, MUBIOS (µ-bio systems), Journée Ingenierie et Santé 2015, 1er Octobre 2015, Lausanne Suisse – poster.
Acknowledgement: This work has been financially supported by HES-SO Thematic Programme Diagnostic Biochips, project MUBIOS, grant IA-RAD-13-29.