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Bioelectronics: electrophysiology and bioelectronic circuits

Our Centre is investigating and innovating the electrical recordings of cell signals, in particular neurons, cancer cells and microalgae.


3D rendering of DNA and active cells
We have expertise in key areas of bioelectronics from electrophysiology to electrochemical sensors.

Our bioelectronics research aims to:

  • understand cell signalling and communication processes
  • stimulate neurons for regeneration
  • test the effect of compounds in cells as drug discovery platforms

key areas of expertise

  • electrophysiology
  • electrical recording of cells
  • electrical stimulation of nerves
  • cuffs for neuron recording
  • integrated electronic circuits for signal conditioning and measurement
  • electronic multiplexing of electrical/electrochemical sensors


If you have any questions, please contact us.

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