September 2020 - First birthday of BorderSens - Fruitful annual online meeting
August 2020 - New review 'Wearable Electrochemical Sensors for the Monitoring and Screening of Drugs'. A very pleasant USA-Belgium collaboration between the team of Joe Wang and our team.
July 2020 - Visual indicators of how we want to interact with others in our lab, following our guidelines. Or how to combine individual differences in dealing with the Covid-19 stress. Great idea!
Green: Hi, I feel very comfortable, however, will respect individual differences. Orange: Hi, I feel rather comfortable in interacting with you, but please keep maximum distance. Red: Hi, I’m only feeling comfortable when keeping the distance and minimizing interactions, or Hi, I’m returning from holidays.
January 2020 - Fabio Botari obtained the degree of Doctor of Science.
January 2020 - Dr. Rui Campos has obtained a MSCA-IF to develop an innovative electrochemical multiplex biosensor for detection and quantification of clinically relevant circulating miRNAs (INFORM) involved in prostate cancer.
September 2019 - Kick off meeting of the EU BorderSens project, coordinated by K. De Wael.
July 2016 - Vanoushe Rahemi receives the poster prize at the CHEMCH 2016 conference in Brussels, Belgium.
November 2015 - Sanaz Pilehvar receives the poster prize at the SMCBS 2015 conference in Pultusk, Poland.
August 2015 - Summer meeting on Bio-electrochemistry (SMOBE) 2015 in Antwerp Blankenberge, Belgium.
April 2015 - Prof. Karolien De Wael visited Prof. Joseph Wang and his research group in San Diego. A collaboration on finger-tip electrochemical sensors was initiated and some first experiments were performed.
Thanks to FWO for supporting this research stay financially.
February 2014 - Sanaz Pilehvar receives the prize for best oral presentation at the CHEMCH 2014 conference in Blankenberge, Belgium.