Poster 32: Colin Hancock – Learning Efficacy – A New Casing for A Tuberculosis Biosensor

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Faculty mentor: Swomitra Mohanty

Our team works on developing biosensors to be used in diagnosing respiratory illness, especially tuberculosis. This research project focused on adapting new electrochemical knowledge and changing biosensor sizes to a new casing which allows for patient breath to directly interact with the sensor surfaces while maintaining a degree of user-friendliness.

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