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CNM – Membranes for separation, filtration and barrier layer

CNM – Membranes for separation, filtration and barrier layer

CNM – Membranes for separation, filtration and barrier layer

CNM – Membranes for separation, filtration and barrier layer

CNM – Membranes for separation, filtration and barrier layer

CNM – Membranes for separation, filtration and barrier layer

CNM – Membranes for separation, filtration and barrier layer

CNM – Membranes for separation, filtration and barrier layer

 

 

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Graphene Conference 2018: CNM Technologies and FSU Jena present a Graphene-Based Field Effect Transistor Functionalised via Carbon Nanomembranes

In a collaborative booth at the Graphene Conference 2018 in Dresden we are presenting our work in the EU-funded research project "PoC-ID", together with our colleagues from the Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena. The scientists in Jena developed a graphene-based field effect transistor, which is functionalised via a Carbon Nanomembrane. This newly developed chemical sensor is able to detect specific targets (e. g. chemokines in bodily fluids) with high sensitivity.

The Graphene conference is the largest European Event in Graphene and 2D Materials - learn more here: http://www.grapheneconf.com/2018/index.php

The booth is a collaboration with our project partner at FSU (Friedrich-Schiller Universität) Jena, the group of Prof. Dr. Andrey Turchanin, Applied Physical Chemistry & Molecular Nanotechnology:
http://www.apc.uni-jena.de/

The PoC-ID project is funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Programme. It addresses the increasing demand for rapid and sensitive point-of-care diagnostics to reduce healthcare costs and increase the quality of life with a focus on infectious diseases, one of the world’s leading causes of morbidity and death.
http://www.poc-id.eu/

We developed in the PoC-ID Project a universal functionalisation scheme for surface sensitive sensors based on immobilisation of aptamers via a Carbon Nano Membrane. See our application note here: (PDF).

We thank the photographer of the images: Christof Neumann, FSU Jena.