We investigate complex interfaces. Our fundamental research focuses on interfaces between bioelectronics and biology, to understand their therapeutic potential.
Our core expertise is in biomaterials development and organic bioelectronics, along with high-throughput image analysis. This allows us to microfabricate complex interfaces that deliver multiplexed stimulating/sensing surfaces to biological systems, while allowing us to rapidly assess many output parameters.
We combine bioengineering, solid-state physics, electronic engineering, modelling, surface chemistry, material science and cell biology.
We are a highly interdisciplinary team, but can't do everything: we colloborate with discipline-leading experts in academia, to deliver meaningful insight.
Understanding the relationship between nanostructures and cellular response
Organic Bioelectronics for Biosensing
Using conjugated polymers to build new biosensors and biointerfaces
Developing image-analysis pipelines for working with large microscopy datasets
Read more about Stuart's previous PhD and post-doctoral research projects.
Fabricating organic diodes for energy harvesting circuits in smart packaging
Additive manufacturing for flexible, organic transistors and circuits
A deceleration beamline for studying solar wind interactions in the lab