AR1.5 - Fabrication of multi-analyte nanosensors for biological targets – Introduction to AquaNOSE project
- 17th International Meeting on Chemical Sensors - IMCS 2018
2018-07-15 - 2018-07-19
- Sensor Arrays 1
- L. Schranzhofer - Profactor GmbH, Steyr (Austria), J. Leinvuo - BioMensio Oy, Tampere (Finland), P. Lieberzeit - University of Vienna, Vienna (Austria)
- 233 - 234
Microfluidics is the multidisciplinary field dealing with the science and engineering of any system that manipulates fluids in microliter/micrometer scales. Methods in nanotechnology, prototyping and the integration of functional elements as well as macro- to nano features into one single device are very difficult, time consuming and expensive to realize with state-of-the-art fabrication techniques. The vision of AquaNOSE is to close the gap between conceptual ideas in nanotechnology and production for the commercial microfluidic microelectromechanical systems (μf-MEMS) market to foster novel products. AquaNOSE combines novel concepts in printed electronics, molecularly imprinted polymer fabrication and integrated circuitry fabrication with state of the art production schemes based on injection molding.