18 December, 2022
A very nice summary of the workshop was published on the Horates website and can be found here.
27 June, 2022
They will have the opportunity to connect with other 600 young scientists from 91 countries, besides the 40 Nobel laureates expect to attend the event.
07 February, 2022
We are looking for a postdoc with a PhD in physics, chemistry, electrical engineering or related areas specialized in organic electronics and/or organic bioelectronics.
01 September, 2021
Luca aims to develop electrochemical sensors based on conductive polymers for the detection of molecules of biological or industrial interest.
12 April, 2021
Dr. Sahika Inal is being recognized for her contributions to the bioelectronics field of research.
10 August, 2021
We wish them all the best and hope to meet again!
30 August, 2020
Read Sahika Inal's Emerging Investigator Series article “Monitoring supported lipid bilayers with n-type organic electrochemical transistors” and read more about her in the interview.
20 September, 2021
20 June, 2021
Water stable molecular n-doping produces organic electrochemical transistors with high transconductance and record stability
26 May, 2021
01 July, 2021
We are happy to congratulate Sahika for her promotion to Associate Professor of Bioengineering!
30 September, 2020
David got his degree! Congratulations Dr. Ohayon!
21 July, 2020
Our new paper "Organic bioelectronics: From functional materials to next‐generation devices and power sources " is on the cover of Advanced Materials.
22 April, 2020
Sahika Inal and Stefan Arold have joined forces to develop a programmable SARS-CoV-2 detection device that combines organic electrochemical transistor (OECT) technology (developed in the Inal lab) with a protein recognition layer (engineered by the Arold lab).