This project aims to harness high-precision silicon nanofabrication methods to create the next generation of bioinspired viral biosensors. The new technology would provide prompt, cost-efficient, and accurate detection of virus contamination of our water and food supplies. Arrays of parallel double-layered nanochannels will be fabricated in silicon via templated etching, and surface functionalisation to display receptors. These nanochannels will act as size-selective filters for electrochemical and electrochemiluminescence sensing. We will explore innovative signal amplification paradigms and multiplexing capabilities for ultrasensitive detection of norovirus and bacteriophages.
|Effective start/end date||10/02/17 → 31/12/19|
- Australian Research Council (ARC): AUD6,300.00