Journal - Scientific Reports
Abstract – This work demonstrates the development and working of an electrochemical RTIL- based sensor prototype for CO2 detection in exhaled human breath. The portability, small form factor, embedded RTIL sensing element, integrability with low-power microelectronic and IOT interfaces makes this CO2 sensor prototype a potential application for passive room occupancy monitoring.
Enzymatic Low Volume Passive Sweat Based Assays for Multi-Biomarker Detection
Journal – MDPI sensors
Abstract - This work demonstrates a non-faradaic biosensor for the simultaneous detection of alcohol, glucose, and lactate utilizing low volumes (1–5 μL) of sweat. Biosensing is implemented using nanotextured films integrated on a flexible porous membrane to achieve enhanced sensor performance.
CLASP (Continuous lifestyle awareness through sweat platform): A novel sensor for simultaneous detection of alcohol and glucose from passive perspired sweat
Journal – Biosensors and Bioelectronics
Abstract – This work outlines the combinatorial biosensor for continuous, dynamic monitoring of alcohol and glucose in ultra- low volumes sweat within the physiologically relevant ranges.
DOI - doi: 10.1016/j.bios.2018.06.065