When traditional analysis
is not enough

SEA-on-a-CHIP – EU FP7

February 12, 2017

The SEA-on-a-CHIP project is dedicated to the development of an autonomous miniaturised analytical system for the direct monitoring of harmful low molecular weight molecules in seawater close to or in

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The GOLDFISH project

December 11, 2016

The Goldfish project objectives were to format and design a cost-effective, stand-alone, submersible chemical sensor system capable of detecting specific target contaminations in downstream watercours

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A sensitive and real-time assay of trypsin by using molecular imprinting-based capacitive biosensor

December 2, 2016

In this synergy project, CapSenze is in collaboration with Malmö University, Oral Biology and Biomedical Sciences. CapSenze’s role in this project is to develop diagnostic tools for rapid detection

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