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Applications Of Microfluidics In Waterborne Pathogen Monitoring

World Water Congress 2015 Edinburgh Scotland
4. Key vulnerabilities and security risks
Author(s): Dr Helen Bridle

Dr Helen Bridle
Institute of Biological Chemistry Biophysics and Bioengineering


Oral:

Abstract

Content

  • Monitoring for Waterborne Pathogens
  • DETECTION SYSTEMS
  • Challenges and Solutions
  • Microfluidics – Sample Processing and Detection
  • Passive Microfluidic Sample Processing
  • ACTIVE FORCES FOR SEPARATIONS
  • IMPEDANCE CYTOMETRY
  • Early Warning System

 

SUMMARY
 
  • SAMPLE PROCESSING – automated filtration units, novel filter materials and microfluidic solutions
  • INFORMATION RICH DETECTION – microfluidics, molecular methods and Raman spectroscopy => Range of easy to use high performance monitoring technologies for safe drinking water
  • EARLY WARNING – microfluidic online ATP
 
=> Range of easy to use high performance monitoring technologies for safe drinking water

 

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