Fabrication of ITO microelectrodes and electrode arrays using a low-cost CO2 laser plotter
The UpTurn project is a response to the trends towards miniaturization and multitasking in electrochemistry. The aim of the project is to develop microfluidic platforms that can be used in electrochemical research.
Yesterday, a technical meeting of the Partners of the Upturn project took place in Cracow.
Electrochemical determination of neurotransmitter serotonin using boron/nitrogen co-doped diamond-graphene nanowall-structured particles.
Hopping or Tunneling? Tailoring the Electron Transport Mechanisms through Hydrogen Bonding Geometry in the Boron-Doped Diamond Molecular Junctions.
Microfluidic devices for photo-and spectroelectrochemical applications.
Boron-doped carbon nanowalls for fast and direct detection of cytochrome C and ricin by matrix-free laser desorption/ionization mass spectrometry.
Conductive printable electrodes tuned by boron-doped nanodiamond foil additives for nitroexplosive detection.
On Friday, February 25, at the GUT in Gdańsk, Poland, a technical meeting was held for the UPTURN project.
On November 24th, 2021, Pawel Jerzy Wojcik, Ph.D., the founder, Managing Director at redoxme, and Principal Investigator at the Upturn Project, took part in the Material Pioneers Summit 2021.