Development of ZnO/porphyrin nanocomposites for optical nanosensors for detection of volatile organic compounds

  The goal of the project is to develop new ZnO/porphyrin nanosensors with enhanced properties for the detection of benzene, toluene, phenol, acetic acid and acetone. The detection these volatile organic compounds (VOCs) will help to provide an early diagnostic for human diseases, such as lung cancer, diabetes, liver  disease and to some infections in…

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Research Night in Riga

On 27 September 2019 representatives of NanoSurf and CanBioSe consortium have particpated in Researchers Night in Riga. Dr. Roman Viter and Dr. Viktoria Fedorenko have represented 2 RISE projects: CanBioSe and NanoSurf. Optical and structural methods for characterization of dental implants, methods of dental implant modification, microfluidic system for optical sensors and biosensors were demonstrated.…

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