A presentation on ‘Cost-effective electrochemical sensors using adapted PCB technologies for the detection of biomarkers’ has been presented by Prof. Jan Vanfleteren (UGent-CMST) at the 2nd Workshop on PCB BioMEMS in Meriden, UK on 31.5.2017.
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