Advanced Laser-Induced 3D Electrodes for Healthcare Applications

Project: Research

Project Details

Description

This project aims to develop a low cost, yet high-performance, laser-induced 3D electrodes (LIE) material as wearable gas sensors for breath analysis. This project fosters a joint effort to solve the research challenges of LIE for breath analysis. We will achieve this by sharing world-leading facilities (e.g. laser tools in Shanghai Jiao Tong University and electrochemical techniques in Teesside) and integrating complementary expertise, specifically Shanghai Jiao Tong University on LIE architectures and Teesside on development of breath analysis biosensor from fundamental studies to gas sensing device fabrication.

Key findings

laser-induced 3D electrodes, gas sensor, breath analysis, electrochemistry, non-invasive human breath analysis, wearable gas sensors
StatusActive
Effective start/end date30/03/2129/03/23

Funding

  • Royal Society

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