Organization profile

Organisation profile

The Centre for Biosensors, Bioelectronics and Biodevices (C3Bio) brings together a critical mass of researchers from engineering, physical, life and social sciences working on different aspects of biosensors (sensing elements and techniques), bioelectronics (electrophysiology and bioelectronic circuits) and biodevices (device co-design and integration).

The Centre’s research mission is to:

  • develop technology that improves biomedical diagnosis, environmental monitoring, industrial bioprocesses and scientific understanding of biological functions;
  • bridge the gap between different disciplines converging into fit-for-purpose devices;
  • achieve real-life impact with its research, addressing specific clinical, environmental and industrial needs.

Fingerprint The fingerprint is based on mining the text of the scientific documents related to the associated persons. Based on that an index of weighted terms is created, which defines the key subjects of research unit

Fluorescence Chemical Compounds
Electrodes Engineering & Materials Science
Cellulose Chemical Compounds
Sensors Engineering & Materials Science
Imaging techniques Chemical Compounds
Water Chemical Compounds
Biomarkers Chemical Compounds
Biosensors Engineering & Materials Science

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Projects 2017 2023

Research Output 1993 2019

Driving Style Modelling with Adaptive Neuro-Fuzzy Inference System and Real Driving Data

Feng, Y., Pickering, S., Chappell, E., Iravani, P. & Brace, C. 1 Jan 2019 Advances in Human Aspects of Transportation - Proceedings of the AHFE 2018 International Conference on Human Factors in Transportation, 2018. Springer Verlag, p. 481-490 10 p. (Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing; vol. 786)

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Fuzzy inference
Railroad cars
Dynamometers
Chassis
Fuzzy logic

4D ECT Scanning with a Combined Sensor

Chittenden, C. & Soleimani, M. 2018

Research output: Contribution to conferencePaper

Acute aerobic exercise induces a preferential mobilisation of plasmacytoid dendritic cells into the peripheral blood in man.

Brown, F. F., Campbell, J. P., Wadley, A. J., Fisher, J. P., Aldred, S. & Turner, J. E. 10 May 2018 (Accepted/In press) In : Physiology and Behavior. 194, p. 191-198

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Dendritic Cells
Exercise
Myeloid Cells
Population
HLA-DR Antigens

Datasets

Dataset for "Surfactant controlled zwitterionic cellulose nanofibril dispersions"

Calabrese, V. (Creator), Alves Da Silva, M. (Creator), Schmitt, J. (Creator), Munoz-Garcia, J. (Creator), Gabrielli, V. (Creator), Scott, J. (Creator), Angulo, J. (Creator), Khimyak, Y. Z. (Creator), Edler, K. (Creator), University of Bath, 1 Aug 2018

Dataset

Data supporting: Counterion binding alters surfactant self-assembly in deep eutectic solvents

Sanchez Fernandez, A. (Creator), Hammond, O. (Creator), Edler, K. (Creator), University of Bath, 1 May 2018

Dataset