Our biotechnology research is carrier out by the Bioelectronics Research Centre which was established 20 years ago and the Centre for Cell Engineering. The groups have strong track records in many aspects of bioengineering, especially those associated with advanced biomedical diagnostics, biosensors, cell engineering, Lab-on-a-Chip, Bionanotechnology, direct STEM cell growth and medical scaffolds. Our work is supported through strong national and international collaborations with academia and industry, particularly in the development of microfluidic devices for proteomics, the development of cell based technologies for the pharmaceutical industry, Lab-in-a-Pill, biophotonics as well as high resolution spectroscopy for biomaterial characterisation.

Hosted by: James Watt Nanofabrication Centre, University of Glasgow.

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