février 2014


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.

Conference presentations:

[1] 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.

[2] 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.

[3] 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.