Project Details


A wide variety of aerosol sampling techniques exist, all with varying degrees of success for their respective field, however few integrated systems incorporate on-board biodetection. This is due, in part, to the complex sample handling and processing steps required for compatibility with analysis techniques. A primary concern is in maintaining viable pathogenic material, captured in concentrations above the limit of detection. The concept proposed in this research project aims to explore use of a suspended liquid surfactant membranes for the capture and transportation of airborne pathogens for downstream bioanalysis
Short titleLiquid Membrane Bioaerosol Collector
StatusNot started


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