Coupling electrochemistry and microfluidics for biosensor development
Biosensors are valuable analytical tools across both scientific and medical fields. Improving and miniaturizing biosensors is an area of great interest in academic, medical, and diagnostic settings. There is a constant need to improve these systems by increasing accessibility through lower costs, greater portability, and enhanced ease-of-use. Interfacing microfluidics and electrochemical methods shows great potential to address these needs. The work described in this thesis aims to address gaps in biosensor development, including increasing accessibility and improving sensing capabilities such ...
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