Sustainable lab on a chip on paper
We present a showcase of devices developed in our research group exploiting (bio)sensor technologies which allow the design of ad hoc analytical tools combining several advantages including reduced time-to-result, automation, user-friendly, and simultaneous multi-analyte analysis. To deliver miniaturised and mass-produced (bio)sensors, printing techniques are one of the cross-cutting technologies to accomplish this issue. The recent vision of the sustainability has boosted the exploitation of smart supports including paper, in order to enhance their affordability, robustness, and reproducibility. We will show some office and filter paper-based lab on a chip.
Fabiana Arduini, Stefano Cinti, Noemi Colozza, Maria Rita Tomei, Vincenzo Mazzaracchio, Eleonora Marcoccio, Danila Moscone
A1 (pav. 5) -
UniversitÃ degli Studi di Roma "Tor Vergata"