The nanoB2A Group

The nanoB2A Group focuses on the development of photonic and nanomechanical nanobiosensor devices of high sensitivity for label-free detection; biofunctionalization of surfaces; and the integration in lab-on-a-chip microsystems for real field diagnostics applications.

What We Do

We develop biosensors based on plasmonics, evanescent wave sensing and on nanomechanical changes, with high sensitivity and selectivity.

Bioanalytical Aplications

The Bioanalytical Applications research activities cover the detection of a wide range of molecules, of high interest in diverse fields as clinical diagnostic, environmental control, genomic and proteomic, under laboratory and real conditions and using the biosensor devices developed within the Group.

Early Detection of Diseases and Pathogens

Integration of multibiosensor arrays on Lab-on-a-chip platforms will allow the early detection of diseases and pathogens (in vitro and in-vivo).

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News

Substrate E ff ect on the Refractive Index Sensitivity of Silver Nanoparticles

Invited presentation at “Segundas Jornadas de Actualización sobre Tuberculosis en España”

October 17. Consejo General de Colegios Oficiales de Médicos en España (CGCOM), Madrid. Conference focused on the advances in the prevention and control of Tuberculosis, sponsored by the “Red contra la Tuberculosis y por la Solidaridad, Red TBS”.Dr. Ana Belén González will deliver the presentation titled: “Nuevas tecnologías de diagnóstico: Proyecto Pocket”.

Plenary Lecture at ” 9th Ibero-American Congress on Sensors-IBERSENSOR”

15-18 October. Bogotá DC, Colombia. Prof Laura Lechuga will deliver a plenary lecture titled: Point-of-care nanobiosensors for global health diagnostics: challenges and opportunities”

Invited presentation at “Annual meeting of the Optical Fibers and Signal Processing Group”

October 24. Universitat de València. Dr. Ana Belén González will deliver the lecture titled: “Optical Biosensors for Clinical and Environmental Diagnosis”