Microfluidic biosensors have gained considerable attention in recent years, due to their potential to serve as future point-of-care diagnostic tools. However, despite significant technological advancements, achieving clinically-relevant sensitivity in short analysis time remains a major challenge for many applications. In particular, slow reaction kinetics remain a major bottleneck in the analysis of low sample concentrations. The lecture will be held by asst. prof. Moran Bercovici, Israel Institute of Technology.
Start date Mar 09, 2016