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Prof. Laura Lechuga - NanoBiosensors and Bioanalytical Applications -

Government & public sector
Home country
Spain
Type of research activities
Applied research, Experimental development
Fields of research
Engineering and technology, Medical and health sciences
Specialisation and expertise

Our activity encompasses the entire process of generating new photonic biosensor devices, including fundamental research and theoretical design, nanofabrication, surface biofunctionalization, lab-on-a-chip integration, and their final validation in real scenarios. We have widely demonstrated our expertise in:

  • Surface Plasmon Resonance (SPR and LSPR) biosensors: design and development of portable devices with user-friendly operation and high performance.
  • Bimodal Waveguide (BiMW) biosensors: our pioneering design of interferometric nanophotonic system for ultrasensitive label-free analysis.
  • Sensor biofunctionalization: unique know-how on gold and silicon surface chemistry strategies for controlled and optimum bioreceptor immobilization, including proteins, antibodies, and oligonucleotides.
  • Biomedical applications: assay development and clinical validation for diagnostics and therapy monitoring of different diseases and disorders, including cancer, infections, celiac disease, allergies, etc. Our biosensors have been successfully applied for detection of proteins, antibodies, microRNA, pathogens (virus and bacteria), peptides, drugs, and also epigenetic biomarkers (alternative splicing, DNA methylation, etc.).
  • Environmental applications: assay development and validation for detection and monitoring of pollutants and contaminants in water, food, etc.
Language(s)
English, Spanish

Matvey Sprindzuk

Business enterprise
Home country
Belarus
Type of research activities
Applied research, Basic research, Experimental development
Fields of research
Natural sciences, Engineering and technology, Medical and health sciences
Specialisation and expertise
Bioinformatics, genomics, medicine, virology, microbiology, image processing, AI, software engineering, COVID-19, tuberculosis, mathematical modelling, applied mathematics, medical systems, data processing automation
Language(s)
English

TÜRKİYE BİLİMLER AKADEMİSİ (TÜBA)

Government & public sector
Home country
Turkey
Type of research activities
Applied research, Basic research
Fields of research
Psychology and cognitive sciences, Economics and Business, Education, Sociology, Law, Political science, Social and economic geography, Media and communications, Other social sciences, Natural sciences, Engineering and technology, Medical and health sciences, Agricultural and veterinary sciences, Humanities and the arts
Specialisation and expertise

Turkish Academy of Sciences (TÜBA) has been helping and promoting a Sustainable and Resilient Recovery from COVID-19, as a national science academy of Turkey. TÜBA has also conducted various scientific research from the beginning of the global outbreak. Honor, Principal, and Associate members of TÜBA have taken place in the Scientific Council of Turkey for struggling with COVID-19 and in many different projects related to this pandemic. The main principle of TÜBA is multi-disciplinary and thematic methods in scientific and academic works. To do that, it has promoted the publishing of many generic works in various scientific fields. While we are aware of the global damage of this pandemic, TÜBA started its scientific works for informing people with scientific knowledge in this digitally polluted era. Misinformation in social media and similar channels has negatively affected the struggle with the COVID-19 Pandemic. At this point, TÜBA helped to contribute to reliable data flow through scientific reports, books, and information sharing through social media accounts. Firstly, TÜBA published “The Assessment Report on COVID-19 Global Outbreak” on 17 April 2020. The report has been updated six times periodically in Turkish. The latest version of the report has been translated, published in English, and shared with partner academies without losing time. Transparency and reaching the information have been priorities for our Academy. Secondly, the book namely "Reflections on the Pandemic in the Future of the World" has been published in Turkish and English as the first Post-Corona book in Turkey. There are projections for a wide range of post-epidemic periods, from healthcare to education, information technologies to political science, economics to international relations, trade to Philosophy, artificial intelligence studies, sociological analysis, Environment and agriculture, space, and polar studies. Thirdly, “TÜBA Report on Climate Change and Public Health in Turkey” has been published in Turkish and English. It has comprehensively analyzed the situation of Turkey and in vital areas such as Sustainable Development, Climate Change, and Public Health. Fourthly, “TÜBA COVID 19 – Global Outbreak: Report on Judicial Changes and Interactions” has been published in Turkish and English. The report analyses the effects of the COVID–19 Outbreak on Constitutional Law, Administrative Law, Penal Law, Tax Law, International Law, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Labor and Social Security Law, Enforcement and Bankruptcy Law in five chapters. All these reports and books were prepared with help of the following scientific experts including experts from TÜBA, Working Groups of Academy such as Cancer, Food and Nutrition and Sustainable Development, Finance and Environment Working Group, TÜBA Young Academy, and Coronavirus Scientific Committee. Scientists and academicians worked together on these reports for ensuring to receive clear and accurate information about the pandemic in Turkey.

Language(s)
Turkish, English
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