From 3 to 8 September, the 74th Annual International Society of Electrochemistry hosted in Lyon, France about 1800 registered participants from all over the world to present and discuss the latest developments in the field of electrochemical sensing and biosensing.
The capacity of paper-based electrochemical (bio)sensors to overcome the limitations of the polyester-based ones, being able to detect the target analytes in aerosol or on the surface without any additional sampling system was demonstrated with the work conducted in RELIANCE. The paper-based electrochemical (bio)sensors are used to evaluate the efficiency of the nanocoatings developed within the project, by measuring the essential oils on the surface.
The novel approach was presented in Symposium 3 “From wearable to sustainable electrochemical sensing and biosensing”, sponsored by the Divisions of Analytical Electrochemistry and Bioelectrochemistry.
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